Kate Santoro, a longtime elite marathon runner, encouraged friends and family to run safely on Marathon Monday and help Mass General health care workers fight COVID-19.
This year’s Boston Marathon® takes on a new meaning for those on the frontlines of Mass General’s COVID-19 response team.
A decade after Jordan Weil received cancer treatments at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, she is on the hospital’s Boston Marathon team.
Their personal causes helped Mass General’s Boston Marathon® runners make it through rain and pain to the finish line.
Marjan Faraidooni, from the United Arab Emirates, is running the 2019 Boston Marathon to raise funds for the Lurie Center for Autism, whose expert care has impacted the family of a friend.
Inspired to help other veterans, service members and their families, Army Major Vanessa Stolzoff is running with Mass General’s new Home Base team.
A mother is running the Boston Marathon® because of the care given to her family during her pregnancy with triplets and daughter’s medical issues.
Stephanie Rosa will run the 2019 Boston Marathon® to raise money for Mass General pediatric cancer programs like those that have benefited her daughter, Olivia, who has a brain tumor.
By running the Boston Marathon® for Mass General, Andrew Cappetta aims to help kids with cancer and honor his mom, who bravely faced pancreatic cancer.
Marissa Capua is running the Boston Marathon® on Mass General’s Emergency Response team for the second time, in honor of her parents, who have both been treated at the Mass General Cancer Center.