Better antiretroviral drugs are helping young people who acquired the virus as children live longer but the challenge of staying healthy remains.
Empowered by an effective targeted therapy provided by Massachusetts General Hospital, a man with advanced lung cancer heads high into the Himalayas.
With both a son and a brother personally affected by opioid addiction, Wendy Morrissey helps the Mass General Bridge Clinic reach out to those seeking help in recovery.
Invented at Mass General, a technology called fMRI continues to have a revolutionary impact on brain science and patient care.
With help from Mass General, the GE Foundation and the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers are collaborating to train and support clinicians who treat patients with substance use disorders.
The newly expanded Center for Feeding and Nutrition works with children with feeding disorders who struggle to consume enough food to survive.
A husband-wife team fights back against ALS with an impassioned commitment to activism, research and each other.
Felled by stroke at age 26, Jessica Peters climbed back on the horse, the bike, the boat and anything that would help her rebuild her life through exercise.
Mass General opens the Translational and Clinical Research Centers to enhance collaboration between industry and the hospital’s world-class clinical researchers.
Young people with an ultra-rare form of cancer find hope through a collaborative research effort supported by the Fibrolamellar Cancer Foundation.