An eye-opening journey to Uganda last year inspired high school freshman James Mooney to return with a plan to raise awareness for children with cancer by recruiting students to run in a colorful race.
Amid continues calls for international help, a second Mass General medical team is responding to the devastating Nepal earthquake.
Making swift diagnosis and treatment decisions with little information is among the issues faced by doctors and nurses responding to the Nepal earthquake.
In the wake of the Nepal earthquake, a team of Mass General doctors and nurses, many veterans of global disaster response, has gone to care for the injured.
With two of its doctors already treating Nepal earthquake victims, Mass General responds to a call for more highly skilled disaster volunteers.
Working in a small village near Mount Everest when the Nepal earthquake struck, an MGH emergency medicine physician is now providing care for victims.
A Mass General cholera specialist and the Madison family join forces against cholera and other child-killing diarrheal diseases in Haiti.
Esther Freeman, MD, PhD, director of MGH Global Health Dermatology, is part of a Kaposi’s sarcoma “SWAT” team that diagnoses life-threatening cancer earlier in East Africa.
Massachusetts General Hospital’s reach extends around the world, where diseases like cancer take a devastating toll. And with cancer mortality rates expected to double by 2030, our work to enhance cancer care in Botswana is critical.
Renowned for the care they provide in Boston, MGH emergency medicine experts also aim to improve care for the critically ill and injured around the world.