Grateful for her own hard-won recovery, Joy Greene devotes herself to helping other burn survivors and supporting burn research.
Using new and sophisticated tools, experts at Mass General’s Pulmonary Nodule Clinic are detecting lung cancers earlier, when they are more curable.
Mass General researchers want to know what triggers our scratching and how we can make it stop.
Keith J. Dreyer, DO, PhD, executive director of the MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science, says artificial intelligence and machine learning will impact health care as profoundly as the discovery of the microscope.
A husband-wife team fights back against ALS with an impassioned commitment to activism, research and each other.
Wracked by up to 60 seizures a day because of a rare condition called Dup15q, a Virginia boy faced a grim and isolated future until a Mass General specialist stepped in.
The Catherine Pappas & Family Fundraising Challenge aims to inspire others to help create a permanent endowment to keep the Child Life Services program going indefinitely.
Steven Gardner, MD, writes about finding meaning in the struggle to save one life while he was part of Mass General’s Global Disaster Response Team in earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
The Mass General Global Disaster Response Team’s doctors, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, security guards and others strive to serve as beacons of hope to disaster victims around the world.
How a Mass General expert in a little known autoimmune disorder called PANDAS helped a young girl overcome her debilitating fears.