With the help of artificial intelligence, Mass General doctors can now predict breast cancer earlier and eliminate racial biases seen in traditional detection models.
A concept known as “prehabilitation” is boosting fitness and overall health for patients preparing for cancer surgery and other demanding treatments.
Jalen Weatherhead, a MassGeneral Hospital for Children pediatric cancer patient, raised funds to help kids with cancer in Uganda.
Mass General Cancer Center caregivers redeploy to support Mass General’s fight agains COVID-19.
Receiving cancer care closer to home, patients at Mass General Cancer Center reap the benefits of change in a time of pandemic.
Andrew Chan, MD, MPH, a Mass General gastroenterologist, explores the relationship between diet and cancer prevention.
MGH Research Scholar Katia Georgopolous, PhD, is harnessing a vital mechanism in the human immune system to fight leukemia and other diseases.
The COVID-19 crisis has inspired longtime Mass General community fundraiser Mike Slonina to turn to social media for a worthy cause.
Researchers have created math models that can predict how tumors may respond to immunotherapy and how adding other anti-cancer drugs could lead to improved treatment.
Addressing one of the greatest challenges of modern cancer treatment, Russell Jenkins, MD, PhD, is working to predict who will respond to immunotherapy treatment.