The halls of Mass General will swell with the sounds of live music during 16 chamber music concerts over the coming year, thanks to the vision and generosity of Patty Ribakoff and her family.
Patricia and Jon Baker chose to honor Mass General oncologist Jerry Younger, MD, by selecting him to decide how their philanthropic dollars could make the greatest impact.
Wearing protective body suits and headgear, Mass General healthcare professionals launched an all-out effort to treat a patient with suspected Ebola symptoms with compassion and carefully practiced infection control procedures. The patient proved to have malaria and recovered with treatment.
Mass General’s sustained effort to support one determined Chelsea woman’s recovery reflects its commitment to addiction treatment and prevention.
When a boy from the Dominican Republic arrived with heart failure at MGHFC, the Pediatric Cardiology team moved quickly to save his life with help from the David Ortiz Children’s Fund.
Human testing of two Ebola vaccines is now underway and the pace is likely to accelerate in order to make them available sooner, particularly to people most at risk, explains MGH virus expert Martin S. Hirsch, MD.
Transforming treatment for people who are susceptible to relapse is the goal of research underway at the Mass General Center for Addiction Medicine.
The secret ingredient in this year’s sweet-themed Storybook Ball was a passion for improving health care for the neediest and most vulnerable children.
Like a fire alarm that wouldn’t stop ringing, a Maine woman’s stroke symptoms kept sending her back to the hospital until some MGH specialists stepped in.
Marking its 15th anniversary, the Storybook Ball has raised more than $21 million since it’s inception to support MassGeneral Hospital for Children’s most vulnerable patients and critical programs that might otherwise go unfunded.