After CAR-T cell immunotherapy’s early successes, Mass General researchers are determined to find out whether it can be used to treat a broad array of cancers and other diseases.
Timothy Graubert, MD, an expert on the genetics of leukemia, plans to accelerate the translation of research to new therapies to treat blood cancers.
Operation Airway reflects Mass General’s global efforts to improve pediatric care through on-the-ground visits, training programs and telehealth.
Randall Zusman, MD, director of the Mass General Division of Hypertension, discusses the controversial new blood pressure guidelines and ways to control high blood pressure.
Amid rising obesity rates, Mass General psychologist Richard Ginsburg, PhD, says adults need to take action to encourage kids’ exercise.
You can join Mass General donors by choosing from several worthy causes to support on marathon day 2014 as MGH teams raise critical funds for hospital programs.
Mass General’s new TeleHealth initiative reflects a broader effort to provide world-class care in ways that are more convenient and less expensive.
Knowing when to return to competition after a sports concussion can be a difficult decision that benefits from expert advice.
Paul Biddinger, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital, firmly believes that everyone over 6 months old should get the flu vaccine and now.
Stroke patients in the Mass General emergency room receive advanced treatments designed to stop brain damage and start recovery.