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.
Through community fundraising, a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor raised more than $138,000 to help create MGH’s Bone Marrow Transplant Cancer Center Survivorship Program.
When you have cancer, eating can be a challenge. Adjusting your diet can help your body fight the disease.
Two young physicians are furthering their medical educations and doing cancer research with a foundation grant intended to support and encourage diversity among Mass General physicians.
When a rare radiation treatment was needed for Ani to recover after the removal of a large, cancerous brain tumor, Mass General delivered with loving care.
To celebrate the life of Phyllis Seresky, her family has made a gift that will impact the treatments and care available to future cancer patients.
Stand Up To Cancer and the American Cancer Society are funding a 3-year effort to combine the powers of targeted therapies with immunotherapies against a deadly form of lung cancer.