Philanthropist and two-time cancer survivor Pamela Trefler funds community health programs so others can stay or get well.
A Mass General dermatology program offers tattoo removal for high-risk youth who want to leave their past behind and seek new opportunities.
A Mass General Cancer Center psychiatrist is leading an effort to improve cancer care for people who also have severe mental illnesses.
Mass General psychiatrists are using ketamine to provide fast-acting relief of hard-to-treat depression and to learn more about depression to help others.
With childhood obesity on the rise, Elsie Taveras, MD, MPH, discusses what needs to be done and how philanthropy can help.
A world expert on food allergies answers questions about this growing problem and new approaches to treatment.
Leo Wheatland and his family must stay vigilant about what he eats, but the 8-year-old’s list of life-threatening foods is shortening, thanks to Mass General’s Food Allergy Center.
A patient’s dramatic treatment success points to ways to help others with stomach and esophageal cancers.
The Center for Cancer Immunology’s investigators are working to expand the use of immunotherapy, a revolutionary approach to cancer therapy.
Every year since her son’s life was saved at Mass General, Gayle Chatlosh has run on the MassGeneral Hospital for Children’s pediatric cancer team.