Human microbiome research is finding fertile ground at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Landing in Haiti in the terrible aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, Lynn Black, MD, MPH, delivered compassionate care while assessing victims’ needs.
Losing a leg to cancer as a teenager, Hugh Freund competed at the top of his sport with other disabled sailors in the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
A Cambridge mother with a heroin addiction finds compassion, expertise and a path to recovery at the new Mass General Bridge Clinic.
A small company with big goals, Kerivan-Lane has mobilized its community of customers, vendors, friends, family and business associates to support Mass General’s world-class cancer research and care.
Launched in 2011 to honor Mass General’s outstanding doctors, the MGH Endowed Chair Program has grown to become a major pipeline of funding for groundbreaking research and compassionate patient care.
Inspiring thousands to join them, Dick and Marcy DeWolfe partnered with Ann and Desmond Heathwood to lead the MGH Fund to reach and surpass its highest fundraising goal to date.
A lifelong healthcare journey at MGH involving kidney stones, gall bladder surgery and even the birth of two grandchildren convinced computer expert Howard Sternlieb that he was a lucky man.
A Mass General surgeon uses medical savvy from years at war to help victims of traumatic injury in this country.
A lifetime of hard work and compassion lives on in the Catherine Pappas and Family Pediatric Oncology Challenge supporting the Child Life Program for childhood cancer.