For 25 years, one woman has galvanized Swim Across America’s Boston volunteers to fund promising pediatric cancer research.
After a daunting diagnosis, a successful businesswoman draws on her background to create a foundation to support patients as well as research.
A mother of two and her family support pancreatic cancer research after a new high-tech treatment at Mass General helped her survive the disease.
The owner of a landmark Boston restaurant applies his global perspective to getting healthy and helping others to do the same by supporting research at the Mass General Cancer Center.
After Annie Abbruzzese was diagnosed with lymphoma, Ephraim Hochberg, MD, and a Mass General Cancer Center team helped her navigate treatment in a way that worked for her.
In honor of their beloved dog, named Magellan, a devoted volunteer and her husband ensure a bright future for Mass General’s Pet Therapy Program
A family-run fundraising group dedicated to supporting “high-risk” cancer research marks a milestone anniversary and reaches its $5 million goal.
After surviving a catastrophic cardiac event, Chris Toomey pays his luck forward by funding aortic dissection research at Mass General’s Thoracic Aortic Center.
When the late Paul Poth was diagnosed with a form of cancer so rare there was no treatment, he helped to launch a highly promising area of cancer research that is giving new hope to patients.
Powered by a risk-taking strategy, the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund employs venture capital principles to spur Alzheimer’s disease research into a new era at MGH and beyond.