Mark Annunziata will run the 2015 Boston Marathon for the MGH Emergency Response team in thanks for the care he received after a cab hit him in 2011,
Running to train for a marathon cuts heart disease risk and boosts heart structure and function, according to a study led by cardiologist Aaron Baggish, MD.
Three-year-old Caden Zedower is beating cancer and his mom wants to give back by running the 2015 Boston Marathon for Mass General’s pediatric cancer team.
AmyBeth Bourgault is running the Boston Marathon in support of MGH emergency response efforts that helped her parents and other victims of the 2013 bombing.
As captain of the Mass General kids’ cancer Boston Marathon team, Howard Weinstein, MD, has personally raised $1.2 million for the MGHfC pediatric cancer clinic.
And they’re off! The Mass General Marathon Program is ready to recruit runners for the 2015 Boston Marathon. Apply to join one of our two teams today!
A great grandfather and former Boston Marathon runner sponsored Mass General’s “running nurses” in tribute to the excellent care he received at MGH.
To help parents in the days before the 2014 Boston Marathon, a team of MGH child psychiatrists and psychologists has created parent guidance materials.
Mass General’s Aaron Baggish, MD, the medical co-director of the Boston Athletic Association, will never forget what he witnessed as one of the first doctors on the scene of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. But these days, the cardiologist prefers to stay focused on what lies ahead. On Patriots Day, more than 36,000 runners participated in the 118th Boston Marathon. Dr. Baggish was there, providing medical care to those who needed it.
Six Mass General nurses who cared for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 are training together to run in the 2014 Boston Marathon.