Throughout the past 100 years – the span of a single continuing lifetime for Dr. Walter Guralnick – the field of oral surgery has grown by leaps and bounds.
Maria Troulis, DDS, MSc, FACS, chief of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Mass General, takes stock of her department’s research achievements, advances in care and future goals.
The director of the Lurie Center for Autism discusses how it employs patience, persistence and philanthropy to help children and adults with autism spectrum disorder — and their families — lead fuller lives.
The director of Mass General’s Center for Disaster Medicine highlights some of the programs, training and support that prepared its professionals to respond to Hurricane Matthew.
In September 2016, Mass General will participate in a nationwide effort to increase awareness and understanding of substance use disorders and celebrate those in recovery.
A Cambridge mother with a heroin addiction finds compassion, expertise and a path to recovery at the new Mass General Bridge Clinic.
New data indicates MGH addiction consult teams are helping patients with substance use disorders reduce the severity of their addictions and maintain sobriety.
A Mass General respiratory therapist shares tips for managing a child’s asthma and preparing for emergencies.
The Mass General Cancer Center’s Illuminations Program uses paintings, photography, mixed-media and sculpture to help relieve the anxiety that can come with a cancer diagnosis.
The Salah Foundation is funding research by Mass General ALS specialist Sabrina Paganoni, MD, PhD, as she collaborates with patients in the search for a cure.