Heart attack patients with a positive attitude are more likely to make lifestyle changes that increase their odds of recovery.
The Center for Cancer Immunology’s investigators are working to expand the use of immunotherapy, a revolutionary approach to cancer therapy.
Collaboration is a key to success for both musicians and scientists, says musical composer and lyricist Mildred Kayden, whose family foundation is endowing the first chair for the MGH Research Institute.
Most patients don’t take their daily medications every day. Mass General researchers are working on a once-a-month pill could save them from themselves.
Work by a Mass General team of physician-researchers has led to a more effective treatment against a common form of lung cancer.
A Mass General pulmonary specialist talks about pneumonia research and offers ways to prevent this common lung disease.
Rakesh Jain, PhD, of Mass General, recently won the National Medal of Science, the nation’s highest honor for achievement and leadership in advancing science and technology.
A new immunotherapy program at the Mass General Cancer Center is using engineered cells from the human immune system as powerful living drugs.
A MassGeneral Hospital for Children pediatrician launches a study to help parents stop the threat of childhood obesity beginning in pregnancy.
The Partners Biobank is giving researchers access to local patient populations with a wide range of genetic variations.