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    us until after the end of your life Is there a standard amount most people give The amount of your contribution is a personal decision Your comfort level is important and gifts at any level make an impact and are gratefully accepted Friends who make gifts of 1 000 are recognized in our annual Honor Roll of Donors and also gain membership in the Society of 1824 the Medical University of South Carolina s charitable giving society Gifts of 25 000 and above provide unique opportunities for naming a room a program or another mission appropriate to the contribution level How do I make a gift You may make an outright gift by making an online donation You may also make your check payable to the Medical University of South Carolina MUSC Foundation Hollings Cancer Center Please indicate on the check Hollings Cancer Center and or a specific fund name For more information about different funds please call 843 792 9335 or toll free at 800 810 6872 and we will be happy to assist you Or if you prefer you may contact the Hollings Cancer Center Office of Development by e mail Gifts may be made payable to MUSC Foundation Hollings Cancer Center and mailed to Hollings Cancer Center Office of Development 86 Jonathan Lucas Street MSC 955 Charleston South Carolina 29425 To make a pledge or planned gift please call 843 792 9335 or toll free at 800 810 6872 and we will be happy to assist you If you prefer you may contact the Hollings Cancer Center Office of Development by e mail How do I make a credit card donation Visit the MUSC Office of Development Web site for more information about how to make a credit card donation Please make sure you select Hollings Cancer

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  • MUSC Hollings Cancer Center | Giving
    our cancer research treatment and prevention programs We are grateful to have your help and are happy to help you through the event planning process Getting Started Before any work begins on an event we request that you submit an Event Proposal Form PDF When the form is received it must then be reviewed and approved by the Special Events Office You can expect to receive an answer within 14

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    Herriott Keith C Hinson Robert M Hitt III M Russell Holliday Harold B Holmes MD Ozey K Horton Jr Steven J Koenig Senator Hugh K Leatherman Sr Miles Loadholt James C May Jeanelle M McCain Alfred E Mottur M Lee Reeves Ann K Ritter Jennifer S Sanford Hilton C Smith Harold C Stowe Melvin C Williams Patrick H Williams Ex Officio Charles W Coker J Preston Covington III Leonard E Davis DDS E Conyers O Bryan Jr MD Timothy P Walter Sr Honorary Senator Ernest F Hollings Citizens Advisory Council The mission of the Citizens Advisory Council is to advocate statewide on behalf of the Hollings Cancer Center in the areas of cancer prevention care and research and to raise financial support Pictured are members of the 2015 Hollings Cancer Center Citizens Advisory Council J Preston Covington III Co Chair Citizens Advisory Council Timothy P Walter Sr Co Chair Citizens Advisory Council Stephanie Bates Mary C Bedingfield Aubrey J Bell Henry Berlin Jennifer C Blumenthal Alexis Bomar H Michael Bowers Julia P Causey Robert O Collins Jr Dr Dana Durlach Anne B Ervin Cynthia L Eskra Armand B Glassman Clay M Grayson Esq Barry D Gumb CPA ABV George S

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  • Volunteer Program
    can be overwhelming for many patients and their families Not only are they often suffering from a serious illness they are usually seeking care in unfamiliar territory from medical staff and caregivers they may not know Our dedicated volunteers allow us to offer some of the highest quality patient care available as we strive to make every patient s visit as comfortable and problem free as possible Volunteer opportunities cover the spectrum from direct patient contact to assisting our busy staff with administrative duties If you desire to make a difference to touch a life to learn while helping others the Hollings Cancer Center Volunteer Program can find the right place for you Applications are accepted quarterly Find out more about how to apply Types of Volunteer Opportunities Lobby Greeter Patient Escort Waiting Area Hospitalist Patient Resource Center Day Treatment Infusion Area Administrative Volunteer Requirements Minimum of 3 hour shift per week on the same day and time Fulfill a minimum of 100 hours per year Must be at least 16 years old Day Treatment Infusion Area volunteers must be at least 18 years old Required to have a health screening background check and formal MUSC orientation prior to volunteering

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  • Wish List for Donations
    Contacts Jobs Campus Maps Contact Us Directory Parking Information Calendar Emergency Public Safety About MUSC Patient Care Academics Research Physician Portal Careers HR alumni MUSC Hollings Cancer Center Giving Wish List for Donations Patient Support Services Wishlist for Hollings Cancer Center Patient Caregivers Snacks drinks Individually Packaged granola bars fruit snacks Fig Newtons peanut butter crackers Fleece Blankets for chemo patients Magazines wide assortment new used no more than 3 months old Ensure Boost Gift cards to Wal mart or Costco For more information and to coordinate delivery of in kind donation please contact Diane Ahgapour If you are interested in making a cash contribution for any of the above items or the Patient Support Services Fund please make check payable to MUSC Foundation HCC Patient Support Services Fund Mail to Hollings Cancer Center Office of Development 86 Jonathan Lucas Street PO Box 250957 Charleston SC 29425 Thank you Print This Page HOLLINGS HOME About Hollings Patient Cancer Information Clinical Trials Research at Hollings Statewide Commitments Giving to Hollings Where Your Gift Is Needed Glossary of Giving Giving FAQs Events Boards And Councils How To Get Involved Contact Giving Office News Contact Hollings QUIT SMOKING WIN 1000 2nd Cervical Cancer

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    Hollings Cancer Center If you desire to make a difference to touch a life to learn while helping others we are always looking for the assistance of volunteers If you wish to give directly to the support of our patients

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    and one of the state s leading political visionaries of the 20th century In the years since the Hollings Cancer Center has grown from a modest organization into South Carolina s only National Cancer Institute designated center and one of only 66 such centers in the US This would not have been possible without Fritz Hollings A native of Charleston S C Hollings graduated in 1942 from The Citadel He served in World War II as a U S Army officer and was decorated with the Bronze Star After the war he attended the University of South Carolina School of Law graduating in 1947 At the age of 26 Hollings was elected to the SC House of Representatives beginning his long career of public service In his second term Hollings rose to speaker pro tempore and held the post until becoming lieutenant governor in 1953 In 1958 he was elected governor of South Carolina a position in which he served until 1966 when elected to the US Senate Hollings retired in January of 2005 as the fifth most senior member of the Senate and the fourth most senior Democrat He and his wife Peatsy returned to Charleston where he continues

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  • ACS Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines
    Care Team will continue to recommend annual breast screening at age 40 in average risk patients with follow up screening yearly thereafter In comparing the new ACS guidelines to the U S Preventive Services Task Force USPTF guidelines the key difference is that ACS recognizes that the incidence of breast cancer starts to increase at age 40 and they recommend women from age 40 to 44 be allowed to start screening mammograms where USPTF recommends starting at age 50 ACS strongly recommends screening mammography to start at 45 The American College of Radiology ACR and Society of Breast Imaging SBI still recommend screening to start at age 40 and continue yearly The ACS study reviews the literature that shows again that screening mammography reduces mortality by about 30 percent ACS recommends that at age 54 women should either continue annual screening or go to biannual screening ACR and SBI still recommend annual screening at this age The new recommendation from ACS does not recommend clinical breast exam for average risk asymptomatic women of any age as there is no data on improved outcome and this leads to an increased false positive rate The MUSC Breast Care Team recommends following ACR SBI guidelines starting screening at age 40 and annually and that each women should discuss her individual risks for breast cancer with her physician to decide what is best for her Individuals should be reminded that these guidelines are for women at average risk for breast cancer not high risk Those at high risk should discuss their screening plan with their physician Nancy DeMore MD FACS Professor and Interim Chief Division of Surgical Oncology BMW Endowed Chair in Cancer Research Medical Director MUSC Breast Program Medical University of South Carolina Abid Irshad MD Professor of Radiology Director Breast Imaging Department

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