Receiving cancer care closer to home, patients at Mass General Cancer Center reap the benefits of change in a time of pandemic.
The new Mass General Brigham Center for COVID Innovation is racing against the clock to put protective equipment, tests, ventilators and information into the hands of frontline health care workers.
By bringing together patients and innovators, Lecia Sequist, MD, MPH, is advancing the field of early detection to identify cancers earlier, when the chance of cure is greatest.
Alarmed by the discovery of a tumor growing in her brain, a Brazilian woman who traveled to Mass General for treatment is now tumor free and endowing a research scholar in honor of neurosurgeon Robert L. Martuza, MD.
Josh Metlay, MD, PhD, chief of General Internal Medicine, is reducing barriers to bring new technologies and innovative ideas into primary care clinics where patients can see the results.
With so many high school students using nicotine products, Mass General pediatrician Jonathan Winickoff, MD, MPH, urges stronger action at all levels of government.
A Mass General psychiatrist is using invisible infrared light to therapeutically stimulate brain cells.
With insights acquired through a lifetime of venture capital investing, Henry McCance is fueling collaboration among top brain scientists and clinicians from across multiple disciplines at the new Henry and Allison McCance Center for Brain Health.
A globe-trotting pediatrician teaches others to use proven but inexpensive methods to save children’s lives in distressed areas of the world.
John Hancock and Mass General have strengthened their commitment to a partnership that supports child health, emergency preparedness and the MGH Boston Marathon Program.