MUSC Hollings Cancer Center is open for patient care with modified operations. If you are a patient at Hollings and have experienced any of the following symptoms: fever, cough or shortness of breath, or if you have had known exposure to COVID-19, please call 843-792-9300. Visit muschealth.org/coronavirus and musc.edu/coronavirus for detailed information on virtual health screenings for COVID-19, visitor restrictions and other important information related to the virus.

AMBULATORY VISITOR POLICY UPDATE

In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, MUSC Health Ambulatory Clinics will institute a more restricted visitor policy.
 Learn about the policy

COVID-19 STRESS RELIEF

Therapist Wendy Balliet, Ph.D., gives her top 12 tips to help cancer patients and caregivers relieve COVID-19 stress.
 Check out the tips

COLORECTAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

Raymond DuBois, M.D., Ph.D., appeared on South Carolina Public Radio’s Health Focus to discuss ways to reduce colon cancer risk.
 Listen to the podcast

MISSION: BEAT PROSTATE CANCER

Marine veteran Jim Devereaux relied on military experience and support from family to get through his battle with prostate cancer.
 Read how he conquered cancer

NATIONALLY RANKED

MUSC Health ranked 32nd in cancer care.
 More

SMOKING CESSATION EXPERTS

Our Cancer Control program is at the forefront of smoking cessation research, with several researchers publishing new findings that give hope for people trying to quit.
 Read about the studies

Hollings Cancer Center

A National Cancer Institute Designated Cancer Center

Doctors & Researchers

Doctors & Researchers

Behind every patient stands a multidisciplinary team of cancer specialists who work together to determine the best care plan for each patient, and across our campus leading scientists and researchers work daily to unlock the clues to cancer.

News

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COVID-19 is causing lots of stress and uncertainty, but therapist Wendy Balliet, Ph.D., is here to help cancer patients and caregivers with her top 12 tips to relieve COVID-19 stress.

Headlines

Upcoming Events

Coronavirus under a microscope

For now, events and activities have been postponed due to COVID-19. Stay tuned for updates on upcoming events. MUSC Health continues to provide the latest coronavirus information and now has expanded testing capabilities.

ABOUT HOLLINGS

Why Hollings?

Why Hollings - Physician hugging patient

This year, more breakthroughs will be discovered. More cancer patients will find hope. And Hollings Cancer Center will be on the leading edge of offering better options to patients. As a cancer center that combines patient care and research, Hollings brings together over 120 physicians and scientists who are driving the discoveries that will lead to tomorrow’s treatments.

Quality & Awards

National Cancer Institute Designation

The only National Cancer Institute-Designated Cancer Center in South Carolina, Hollings is at the forefront of cancer research. This research is the driving force behind delivering medical advances to patients and their families, enabling us to educate health care professionals and the public, and to establish outreach services for underserved populations.

Learn more about NCI Designation

"We are so fortunate to have a cancer center offering groundbreaking research and top-notch patient care right here in South Carolina"

- Senator Ernest "Fritz" Hollings

Health Focus: SC Public Radio

Bobbi Conner talks with Raymond DuBois, M.D., Ph.D., about ways to reduce colon cancer risk.

 Colon Cancer Prevention

Hollings in the Community

Give to Hollings

Seminar

Thursday, November 14, 2019

12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Colbert Education and Library, Room 109

Jacob Kresovich, Ph.D., MPH
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Molecular & Genetic Epidemiology
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

"DNA methylation and breast cancer: signals of mechanism and risk"

Lunch Served

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PATIENT CARE

Patient Care at Hollings

Patient Care at Hollings

As one of the leading cancer treatment centers in the Southeast, Hollings Cancer Center combines the full range of cancer specialties to deliver a higher level of care to the patients we serve. Our team of more than 60 sub-specialists – each concentrating on a specific discipline of cancer treatment and care – works with individual patients to develop customized treatment programs that target a broad range of conditions. Our specialists work together as a team, often meeting with patients under the same roof on the same day. We are striving to deliver the highest level of care in the best way possible.

Find a Cancer Care Location

The heart of our patient care is located in downtown Charleston, SC. Patients may also be seen in oncology clinic locations closer to home.

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Patient Stories

Patient Stories

Personalized patient care is at the center of everything we do. And no one tells the story better than our patients themselves. Meet some of our patients and hear about their cancer journey.

Patient Stories

Refer a Patient

Refer a Patient

Patients may be referred to Hollings by calling MEDULINE at 843-792-2200 or 800-922-5250, MUSC’s dedicated consultation line open 24/7 exclusively for health care professionals or through the online Patient Referral Portal.

Find a Nurse Navigator

Patient Resources

Yoga instructor Gail Corvette

Hollings offers resources for patients, families and those interested in learning more about cancer prevention and risk. These include our Patient & Family Resource Room, the Mind-Body Connection Class and many services and support networks.

Patient Resources

Clinical Trials

Is a clinical trial right for you?

Every treatment that has ever made a difference in cancer was once a part of a clinical trial. The Hollings Cancer Center is committed to offering the best treatments available today while searching for even better ones for the future.

Find a Clinical Trial

As an NCI-Designated Cancer Center, Hollings Cancer Center is part of a national network of clinical trials, with access to hundreds of trials across the United States.

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