The creation of an early warning system for sepsis is part of a broader Mass General effort to educate caregivers about the potentially deadly disease and treat it more quickly.
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.
A Mass General dermatologist is testing an imaging device that will provide surgeons with a more accurate look at a tumor prior to surgery to remove skin cancers on the face.
A Mass General cardiologist is among the researchers trying to determine whether exercise, taken to an extreme, can put the heart in peril.
S. H. Andy Yun, PhD, and his team created tiny lasers to study individual cells and better understand cancer and our immune system.
A Weissman Family MGH Research Scholar is exploring whether beauty salons in South Africa can help to prevent unwanted pregnancies and stop the spread of HIV.
A Massachusetts General Hospital researcher says that sometimes sleep problems begin before a person develops severe anxiety symptoms.
This year’s HUBweek theme is “We the Future,” with programs scheduled Oct. 8-14, 2018, on the Mass General campus and in Boston on City Hall Plaza.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children has adopted a new process for transitioning premature infants to oral feeding.
MGH Research Scholar Jennifer Temel, MD, says early palliative care can provide seriously ill patients with a better quality of life and help them live longer.