A Mass General expert shares key information about the only lung cancer screening test proven to decrease mortality from the devastating illness.
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.
Paula K. Rauch, MD, director of the Marjorie E. Korff PACT Program, was honored as the inaugural incumbent of the Timothy Christopher Davidson Endowed Chair in Psychiatry.
Mass General experts ensure allergic reactions to chemotherapy don’t prevent cancer patients from getting the drugs they need to fight the disease.
A family-run fundraising group dedicated to supporting “high-risk” cancer research marks a milestone anniversary and reaches its $5 million goal.
After battling bladder cancer with determination, courage and the help of expert MGH care, Kate Greco hopes to share the lessons she learned with other patients.
The director of the Marjorie E. Korff Parenting at a Challenging Time Program at the Mass General Cancer Center offers a dozen ways to help children cope with a parent’s cancer.
The new MGH Center for Cancer Immunology aims to develop novel therapies that will enable the immune system to kill cancer cells.
MGH researchers have developed a smartphone device that can diagnose cancer and, in the process, reduce patients’ anxiety and improve access to care.
Through the popular PBS children’s show “Arthur,” MGH psychiatrist Paula K. Rauch, MD, offers strategies to help children cope with life’s challenges.