Maddie Schiller, who has leukemia, is raising funds to support families who have children living with cancer.
Triple negative breast cancer is often resistant to standard chemotherapy and disproportionately affects younger women, Black women and patients from underserved populations. But hope is on the horizon, thanks to the Mass General Cancer Center.
For more than 40 years, Andrew L. Warshaw, MD, and his wife, Brenda Warshaw, RN, have given to Mass General, including through a bequest in their will to help advance health care for years to come.
Searching for answers to her daughter’s rare genetic condition, a mother discovers the resources and support she needs at Mass General.
A Mass General gynecologist says many women could benefit from using hormone therapy to manage hot flashes and menopause symptoms.
Patients living with alopecia areata often find that hair loss affects more than the way they look.
An expert in treating women with bladder control problems and pelvic floor disorders says exercise and dietary techniques can help.
Robert and Judith Doesschate’s bequest to Mass General advances pancreatic cancer research and honors Robert’s mother who died from the disease.
A North Carolina teen used a fishing tournament to raise funds for the Healey Center at Mass General where his family’s friend, Chris Smith, is a patient.
A businesswoman and Marblehead resident living with cholangiocarcinoma aims to raise $1 million for rare cancer research.