Pediatric Epilepsy Program at MassGeneral Hospital for Children uses dog training to help youths with epilepsy build social skills and self-confidence.
Suffering from mitochondrial disorders, Michael Goldberg is helping a Mass General clinician’s effort to better understand the mysterious group of diseases.
Marjan Faraidooni, from the United Arab Emirates, is running the 2019 Boston Marathon to raise funds for the Lurie Center for Autism, whose expert care has impacted the family of a friend.
Stephanie Rosa will run the 2019 Boston Marathon® to raise money for Mass General pediatric cancer programs like those that have benefited her daughter, Olivia, who has a brain tumor.
In her new memoir, Boston Globe columnist Meredith Goldstein remembers the moments that made a big difference in the cancer care her mother received at Mass General.
With two family members now recovered from cancer, Mark, Jordan and Kaitlin Sampson are running the 2018 Boston Marathon to thank Mass General doctors, nurses and clinical staffers who helped keep their tight-knit clan intact.
Although work and study have made it tough for Maggie Sheehy, MD, to find adequate training time, the emergency physician can’t wait to run the 2018 Boston Marathon for Mass General.
Shawna Sousa will run the 2018 Boston Marathon for Mass General’s Emergency Response Marathon Team in thanks for care her daughter and grandchild received.
Grateful for his cancer care he’s received at Mass General, Dan O’Connell is running the 2018 Boston Marathon as a member of Mass General’s Emergency Response Marathon Team.
The Think:Kids program trains parents, teachers, psychologists, correctional officers and other professionals to help children with emotional, social, and behavioral challenges build problem solving skills to succeed.