Linnea Duff has advanced lung cancer, but she remains grateful for the care she has received at Mass General, including targeted cancer therapies.
Mass General’s Aaron Baggish, MD, the medical co-director of the Boston Athletic Association, will never forget what he witnessed as one of the first doctors on the scene of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. But these days, the cardiologist prefers to stay focused on what lies ahead as he gets ready for the 118th Boston Marathon on April 21.
Sue Cummings, MS, RD, a registered dietitian at the MGH Weight Center, offers her advice for developing heart-healthy eating habits.
A patient’s experience is about more than her relationship with a doctor and a successful treatment. It includes everything from how easy it is to book an appointment to how many times she has to answer questions about her medical history.
Thoralf M. Sundt, MD, is director of the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center and chief of Cardiac Surgery. He sat down with the MGH Fund to discuss some exciting advances in Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery.
After undergoing a dozen surgeries resulting from a tragic accident, Francis D’Angelo made his way to Mass General. He was treated at the Institute for Heart, Vascular and Stroke Care, where his life was saved by an uncommon vascular procedure.
For many, the holidays are filled with pleasures — relaxing, enjoying good food and reconnecting with loved ones. But sometimes the holiday spirit can be overshadowed by packed schedules, pressure to find “perfect” gifts, houseguests and travel.
For more than 20 years, Susan Slaugenhaupt, PhD, has been researching a rare disease called Familial Dysautonomia and is closer than ever to finding a cure.
A groundbreaking new neurology clinical trials network connects researchers from across the globe in order to speed discovery of new drugs.
Karima’s work to improve targeted cancer therapies at Mass General became more personal after her husband was diagnosed with advanced gastric cancer.