Our Brain & Spine Tumor Program offers you the highest level of neuro-oncology care through an experienced team with state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge technology, and breakthrough laboratory research. Over the years, the Brain & Spine Tumor Program has expanded the types of tumors treated through advances in medical and surgical therapies and a broadened array of clinical trials. As a result, patients throughout the Southeast have access to extraordinary neuro-oncology services close to home.
Our navigation teams provide personalized care coordination, connect patients with support resources, help prevent treatment delays, communicate with physicians and others on your team, and help patients understand their diagnosis and treatment options.
Friday, May 18 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
MUSC Clinical Science Building, Room 301
Join cancer survivors, family members and caregivers to learn about available resources and coping with a cancer diagnosis.
Cancer is personal. It can affect every part of your life. And not all cancers are created equal – what happens with one person’s disease can be completely different for someone else with the same type of cancer. That’s why we will look at your case in a way that’s as individual as you are, drawing on the expertise and knowledge gained from research at South Carolina’s only National Cancer Institute-Designated Cancer Center.
Along with state-of-the-art treatments, Hollings assists patients in dealing with the financial, physical and emotional aspects of having cancer.
Meet Julian Smith, a longtime MUSC employee, who has had three bouts with four different types of cancer.Committed to the fight
Our clinical trials for gynecologic cancers offer patients access to cutting-edge therapies that may not be available anywhere else.