A Helmsley Charitable Trust grant is enabling Mass General researcher Gary Tearney, MD, PhD, to adapt a swallowable diagnostic capsule with imaging capabilities he devised to find signs of Crohn’s.
A targeted drug generating excitement for one hard-to-treat type of breast cancer that has spread may also help women with other aggressive breast cancers.
An infectious disease specialist at Mass General says vaccinations have made measles a rarity in the United States, although risks remain.
The challenge of immunotherapy side effects spurs clinicians and researchers at Mass General to find new and better ways to care for cancer patients.
Mass General researchers have found that a hormone that modulates sleep also controls the production of inflammatory cells.
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill and his wife Caitlin are challenging baseball fans to help them raise $1 million in 2019 to support Mass General research into rare and undiagnosed diseases like the one that touched their family.
The study by Mass General researchers is the first of its kind to test whether positive psychology exercises boost happiness in persons in recovery from substance use.
Emergency physician Renee Salas, MD, MPH, MS, says doctors are already seeing the health effects of climate change among their patients.
Mass General’s Pathways Consult Service encourages medical residents to consult specialists and shine a spotlight on medical unknowns.
A Mass General study finds that patients think the care they get through virtual video visits is the same as or better than what the receive at traditional office visits.