A Mass General Cancer Center psychiatrist is leading an effort to improve cancer care for people who also have severe mental illnesses.
The Mass General Cancer Center’s Illuminations Program uses paintings, photography, mixed-media and sculpture to help relieve the anxiety that can come with a cancer diagnosis.
Golf Fights Cancer, a nonprofit, is funding a new patient navigator to help improve access to cancer prevention and treatment at MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center.
Dr. Jill Biden, second lady of the United States, was the featured speaker at the one hundred’s ninth annual fundraiser, honoring individuals and groups for their inspiring commitment to fighting cancer.
Two years and five surgeries after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, novelist Elin Hilderbrand is giving back to Mass General, the hospital that saved her life.
Ellen Murray Silvius brings out the best in everyone with the goal of delivering the highest standard of cancer care.
After Annie Abbruzzese was diagnosed with lymphoma, Ephraim Hochberg, MD, and a Mass General Cancer Center team helped her navigate treatment in a way that worked for her.
Five years after being diagnosed with a brain tumor, Catherine Dooley is telling others about the proton beam radiation therapy that made her cancer-free.
Priscilla Brastianos, MD, is leading a research effort to understand the molecular and genomic drivers of metastatic brain tumors and develop more effective treatments.
A patient’s dramatic treatment success points to ways to help others with stomach and esophageal cancers.