Aiming to address primary care and reproductive health issues arising from Typhoon Haiyan, a second team of MGH volunteers is bound for the Philippines.
At Home Base, veterans can now receive virtual reality exposure therapy, a well-established, evidence-based technique proven effective for treating PTSD.
Is it possible to predict someone’s risk of getting type 2 diabetes a dozen years before symptoms appear? Massachusetts General Hospital researcher Robert E. Gerszten, MD, recently told Fox 25 TV Boston about a groundbreaking study he and his colleagues […]
Aiming to protect Mass General’s best scientific research from federal funding cuts, the hospital has forged a response plan that includes increased emphasis on internal support, collaboration opportunities and charitable gifts.
For George Velmahos, MD, Mass General’s chief of Trauma Surgery, caring for victims of the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings underscored the importance of the research he has pursued for years. Dr. Velmahos is developing new ways to stanch the […]
While violently altering the course of hundreds of lives, the Boston Marathon© bombings on April 15 created a medical emergency of enormous and horrific proportions for Massachusetts General Hospital and other Boston-area medical institutions. For Alasdair Conn, MD, Mass General’s […]
Marstons Mills parents preserve their late daughter’s legacy by raising funds to fight melanoma through an annual community fundraiser, the Angel’s Masquerade Ball.
Dear MGH friends, This year has been like no other for our Mass General marathon team. We were very lucky that none of our runners or their families were physically injured from the bombings. The past weeks have been an extremely […]
Dear MGH CF Marathon Team, I have waited a few days, expecting that I would find the words. It so reminds me of my favorite Cat Stevens song “How can I tell you…. But I can’t think of right words to […]
What happens when you reduce the practice of medicine to the barest of essentials? Stuart Harris, MD, MFA, knows.