A groundbreaking new neurology clinical trials network connects researchers from across the globe in order to speed discovery of new drugs.
Jaymi Cohen, a Boston Marathon bombing victim, says MGH caregivers helped her and her family deal with the resulting physical and emotional wounds.
Doctors told Stephen Baseman there was nothing they could do about the massive tumor on his liver. Then he met surgeon David Berger, MD, of Mass General.
A news feature by WCVB Channel 5 Boston highlighted the story of a man who has a new lease on life as a result of receiving Mass General’s first heart-double lung transplant. Just few months before the August, 2013 operation, […]
With the help of family and the Mass General Lurie Center for Autism, Colleen McFarland, who has an autism spectrum disorder, is pursuing new possibilities.
This story is a repost of Dr. Lecia V. Sequist, MD, MPH “Stigma lingers for deadliest cancer” which was originally published on 10/30/2013 on www.cnn.com. My patient, “Judy,” is one of more than 228,000 Americans this year who will be […]
Paul Biddinger, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital, firmly believes that everyone over 6 months old should get the flu vaccine and now.
Stroke patients in the Mass General emergency room receive advanced treatments designed to stop brain damage and start recovery.
Remarks by Kenneth L. Minaker, MD, inaugural incumbent of the Massachusetts General Hospital Chair in Geriatric Medicine. This MGH Chair, one of the highest honors bestowed on a physician, was established in recognition of Dr. Minaker’s career as a visionary […]
Wayne Shreffler, MD, PhD, chief of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology at MassGeneral Hospital for Children and director of the Food Allergy Center at Mass General, shares tips for preparing children with food allergies for going back to school. Q: What […]