A Mass General senior vice president outlines efforts underway to make the hospital more welcoming for transgender patients.
For the right patients, nerve decompression surgery eases the severe pain and disability of untreatable, worst-of-the-worst migraines and other headaches.
O’Neil A. Britton, MD, Mass General’s chief medical officer, describes a new Learning Hospital and other aspects of a plan for modernizing education at Mass General, Harvard Medical School’s first and largest teaching hospital.
Driven by gratitude to neurologist Elizabeth Thiele, MD, PhD, two moms whose sons have epilepsy have been fundraising for her the past six years.
Families whose loved ones have type 1 diabetes are stepping up to support Mass General researcher Denise Faustman, MD, PhD, who has found a potential breakthrough, now being tested in a clinical trial.
Excitement is growing for the promising potential of CAR-T cell immunotherapy, which was used to treat Harrison Morrow’s relapsing multiple myeloma.
A Mass General hypertension expert discusses the new guidelines and what to do if your blood pressure is too high.
Mass General’s response to the need for dialysis professionals on hurricane-battered Dominica reflects the versatility and readiness of its global disaster response program.
The co-directors of the Corrigan Women’s Heart Health Program discuss what they’ve learned during its first decade and what still needs to be done.
Using new and sophisticated tools, experts at Mass General’s Pulmonary Nodule Clinic are detecting lung cancers earlier, when they are more curable.