Amanda Baudanza and Jonathan Zuker make art to brighten the lives of Mass General patients and honor their loved ones who have passed.
A targeted drug generating excitement for one hard-to-treat type of breast cancer that has spread may also help women with other aggressive breast cancers.
The challenge of immunotherapy side effects spurs clinicians and researchers at Mass General to find new and better ways to care for cancer patients.
By running the Boston Marathon® for Mass General, Andrew Cappetta aims to help kids with cancer and honor his mom, who bravely faced pancreatic cancer.
A Massachusetts woman with ovarian cancer has inspired a fundraising effort to speed Mass General research into a blood test that could catch the disease in its earliest and most treatable form.
The PACT Program helps parents cope with the trauma of a cancer diagnosis and the uncertainty about what to tell their children.
Susan Barry is a two-time cancer survivor committed to fundraising for supportive care services through the Friends of the Mass General Cancer Center.
Determined to make progress in the fight against brain tumors, Elana Sargent makes bracelets and donates the proceeds in her father’s memory to support glioblastoma research at the Mass General Cancer Center.
An expert on men’s health encourages prostate cancer patients to seek medical help for incontinence, erectile dysfunction and other side effects that may follow treatment.
Determined to help patients undergoing chemotherapy preserve their hair and dignity, a Boston-area couple is supporting a new scalp cooling program at Mass General Cancer Center.