Feeling fortunate that his own lung cancer was detected early, a veteran yachtsman supports the innovative work of Mass General’s Center for Innovation in Early Cancer Detection.
A Mass General memory disorders expert explains how physical activity can increase our chances of aging without dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
A cancer diagnosis motivates sisters to leverage their jewelry business and support cholangiocarcinoma research at Mass General’s Gosnell Center.
Recently named vice president overseeing the hospital’s equity and inclusion efforts, Joseph Betancourt, MD, MPH, discusses plans to expedite changes over the next three years.
Caring For A Cure, a Mass General nurses’ initiative, leaves a lasting impression on the minds and hearts of patients and families.
Dejan Juric, MD, director of the Henri and Belinda Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies, discusses his plans to accelerate translational research and get new treatments more quickly to more patients.
Research on the nonsurgical use of nerve stimulation to treat problems like chronic pain, depression, hypertension and stroke is advancing in the Mass General laboratory of Vitaly Napadow, PhD.
Their personal causes helped Mass General’s Boston Marathon® runners make it through rain and pain to the finish line.
A Helmsley Charitable Trust grant is enabling Mass General researcher Gary Tearney, MD, PhD, to adapt a swallowable diagnostic capsule with imaging capabilities he devised to find signs of Crohn’s.
A community fundraising initiative called No Empty Bedsides helps families be at their child’s bedside during the anxious times of extended hospitalizations.