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.
A targeted drug generating excitement for one hard-to-treat type of breast cancer that has spread may also help women with other aggressive breast cancers.
Inspired to help other veterans, service members and their families, Army Major Vanessa Stolzoff is running with Mass General’s new Home Base team.
Marissa Capua is running the Boston Marathon® on Mass General’s Emergency Response team for the second time, in honor of her parents, who have both been treated at the Mass General Cancer Center.
A Massachusetts woman with ovarian cancer has inspired a fundraising effort to speed Mass General research into a blood test that could catch the disease in its earliest and most treatable form.
Alex Keuroghlian, MD, MPH, who established the MGH Psychiatry Gender Identity Program, describes some of the challenges and solutions to improving psychiatric care for those who are gender and sexual minorities.
Thanks to the partnership and generosity of our donors, the MGH Fund’s five-year goal to double its annual fundraising target has been accomplished, and then some.