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Oakland to Parkland: We have to fix this

In October, the Medical University of South Carolina’s National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center received an $18 million federal grant to set up the country’s first Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center. The facility will be led by Dean Kilpatrick. His team will be responsible for developing a way to bring fast and comprehensive services to help those affected by a mass casualty event.

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MUSC experts working on Mass Violence Center discuss lastest school shooting

There may not be an agreed-upon plan to prevent mass shootings, but there is an effort to make sure people affected by such violence get the best treatment possible. That’s where the MUSC-based center, funded by an $18 million grant from the federal Office for Victims of Crime, will come in.

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