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Person breaking several cigarettes in half.

Qutting Smoking After Cancer

January 26, 2023

Dr. Graham Warren explains how quitting smoking can be hard for patients, particularly after a cancer diagnosis.

Barry Gibney, DO

Lung Care

January 17, 2023

Barry Gibney, DO discusses the various leading-edge treatments he and his team provide, including minimally invasive, robotic surgery.

Dr. Crystal Houlton

Cervical Cancer Screenings

January 10, 2023

Dr. Crystal Houlton discusses the importance of cervical cancer screenings, vaccines, and annual health visits for women.

Care team member examining x0ray film.

Metastatic Bone Disease

January 06, 2023

Multidisciplinary team at MUSC Health provides advanced treatment options for patients with metastatic bone disease.

A person presses a painful area of their stomach.

Pancreatic Cancer NanoKnife

November 21, 2022

Hollings Cancer Center is the only center in the region offering the NanoKnife procedure to treat pancreatic cancer.

A group of breast cancer survivors gather around in support of one another.

Vigilance & Breast Cancer

November 01, 2022

Dr. Andrea Abbot speaks on the importance of modern technology in the battle against breast cancer.

Patient and doctor reviewing information on a portable tablet device.

Ovarian Cancer Checkup

September 20, 2022

Dr. Tiffany Boyd discusses ovarian cancer and offers checkup advice to women.

Evan Graboyes, M.D.

Head and Neck Cancer Care

August 09, 2022

In this episode, Dr. Evan Graboyes shares how a team of specialists are trying to catch this cancer earlier and offer more cutting-edge treatments for patients.

Hatem Abdallah, M.D.

Tobacco and Hernias

July 28, 2022

Dr. Hatem Abdallah and Demetress Adams-Luddd discuss efforts to help patients become smoke-free before surgery.

Alicia Zukas, M.D., a neuro-oncologist in MUSC Health’s Department of Neurosurgery.

Glioblastoma Awareness

July 20, 2022

Glioblastoma is among the deadliest brain cancers, claiming more than 14,000 lives each year, according to the national Glioblastoma Foundation.

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