The patient navigator program helps patients with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities and their families manage complex medical care.
Determined to help patients undergoing chemotherapy preserve their hair and dignity, a Boston-area couple is supporting a new scalp cooling program at Mass General Cancer Center.
An intrepid team of Mass General employees won the annual My Giving Helps employee picnic fundraising competition with their creative use of old-fashioned fundraising techniques to support the MGH Fund.
Through a gift to the MGH Fund, an avid quilter expands her long-time support for the hospital that has been a source of care, inspiration and comfort for her family.
Decades of work-related exposure to asbestos left Paul Pratt with a dangerous form of cancer and a mission to support the search for a cure.
From one generation to the next, the Lipson family has honored the quality of care at the John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation.
Combining her professional motivation as an occupational therapist and her personal experience observing her father’s excellent care at Mass General, Helena Diodati Thorne is running in the Boston Marathon with the Emergency Response Team.
Children with autism spectrum disorder find a place to learn, grow and have fun in the new Simches Family Pavilion at the Aspire Summer Adventure Camp.
Striving to inspire more Harvard Medical School students to practice primary care, John and Carol Moriarty support the Crimson Care Collaborative.