By bringing together patients and innovators, Lecia Sequist, MD, MPH, is advancing the field of early detection to identify cancers earlier, when the chance of cure is greatest.
In labs across Mass General, researchers are guiding patient blood samples through the tiny channels of an innovative device that could open doors to faster, easier cancer detection.
Harry W. Orf, PhD, senior vice president for research, explains how thematic research centers help keep Mass General at the forefront of medicine.
With help from the Gerstner Family Foundation, early-career clinician-scientists are working to improve the lives of people living with ADHD.
A new study indicates that the rapid weight gain football linemen undergo during training increases their risk of death from cardiovascular problems.
Mass General’s Marian DiFiglia, PhD, is working to advance research on the rare genetic mutation that affects her grandson.
Three Mass General investigators were named NIH Director’s New Innovators for their pursuit of unconventional ideas and bold breakthroughs.
The Sean M. Healey & AMG Center is launching an innovative ALS research effort that will involve testing several promising therapies at once.
Physicians and researchers at the Mass General Cancer Center are using innovative therapies and new approaches to extend the lives of patients with cancer that has spread to the brain.
Feeling fortunate that his own lung cancer was detected early, a veteran yachtsman supports the innovative work of Mass General’s Center for Innovation in Early Cancer Detection.