A medical oncologist and a palliative care provider collaborate to compassionately guide patients and their families through the cancer journey.
Mass General researchers have created a computer-aided system named BrainPrint that tracks shape changes in the brain years before disease symptoms appear.
A program at the MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center helps traumatized immigrants and refugees with their health and psychosocial needs.
John Hancock’s strong support of the Mass General Boston Marathon Teams generates much needed funding for key programs that help children, families and the entire community.
Inspired by his two sisters’ battles with breast cancer, Jimmy Doan is running his first Boston Marathon this year to support Mass General.
An MGH-MIT collaborative project to better diagnose deadly sepsis is one of the successes of a strategic partnership between the two institutions.
Computational biologists at Mass General are mining information from the genes and medical records of cancer patients to find clues to save more lives.
Mass General researchers say shoppers will buy more fresh produce if fruits and vegetables replace chips and snacks at the front of a convenience store.
The Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine’s SMART program helped a man cope with the lingering effects of traumatic brain injury after a 20-foot fall.
What Mass General researchers are learning about the brains and lifestyle of seniors who haven’t lost their youthful memory may someday help all of us become “superagers” too.