From one generation to the next, the Lipson family has honored the quality of care at the John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation.
For 25 years, one woman has galvanized Swim Across America’s Boston volunteers to fund promising pediatric cancer research.
A husband-wife team fights back against ALS with an impassioned commitment to activism, research and each other.
A Bank of America grant is enabling the Moms Helping Moms program to accelerate its work on quality assurance at the Mbarara Hospital in Uganda.
Diagnosed with a rare uterine-ovarian cancer, Diane Redington embarked upon an ambitious fundraising and educational campaign focused on finding a cure.
After a daunting diagnosis, a successful businesswoman draws on her background to create a foundation to support patients as well as research.
Motivated by the challenges she faced in establishing her career as a female mechanical engineer in the 1950s and 1960s, Brit d’Arbeloff continues to be a positive force for gender equality in the sciences.
Funds raised support programs to help those with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder or a related social profile develop the skills to live full, independent lives.
A mother of two and her family support pancreatic cancer research after a new high-tech treatment at Mass General helped her survive the disease.
John Hancock’s strong support of the Mass General Boston Marathon Teams generates much needed funding for key programs that help children, families and the entire community.