By bringing together patients and innovators, Lecia Sequist, MD, MPH, is advancing the field of early detection to identify cancers earlier, when the chance of cure is greatest.
In labs across Mass General, researchers are guiding patient blood samples through the tiny channels of an innovative device that could open doors to faster, easier cancer detection.
The Friends of the Mass General Cancer Center host fall fashion show to fund supportive care services for patients and families.
Physicians and researchers at the Mass General Cancer Center are using innovative therapies and new approaches to extend the lives of patients with cancer that has spread to the brain.
Feeling fortunate that his own lung cancer was detected early, a veteran yachtsman supports the innovative work of Mass General’s Center for Innovation in Early Cancer Detection.
A fellowship exchange program, run by the Mass General Cancer Center, is helping train clinical oncologists from sub-Saharan Africa.
Frank Symosek’s giving to Masschusetts General Hospital through his IRA helps enable critical research for the Mass General Cancer Center.
A cancer diagnosis motivates sisters to leverage their jewelry business and support cholangiocarcinoma research at Mass General’s Gosnell Center.
Landing a one-two punch with immunotherapy, researchers treat the deadly brain cancer, glioblastoma, in the laboratory to pave the way for human trials.
Caring For A Cure, a Mass General nurses’ initiative, leaves a lasting impression on the minds and hearts of patients and families.