Home Base has received a $15.7 million challenge grant as part of the launch of a unique national network designed to connect wounded veterans and their families with world-class, individualized health care.
After surviving a catastrophic cardiac event, Chris Toomey pays his luck forward by funding aortic dissection research at Mass General’s Thoracic Aortic Center.
The Home Base Program helps veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan to manage stress and recognize the signs of brain injury.
Elizabeth Thiele, MD, PhD, a world-renowned expert on tuberous sclerosis complex, says remarkable progress is being made in helping those with the disorder.
To recognize the importance of nursing at Mass General, Gail and Ernst von Metzsch urge others to join them in supporting the first endowed chair in nursing.
Baseball Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt says outstanding care from Mass General was a source of hope and healing during his journey as a melanoma patient.
Sparked by inexplicable symptoms in one patient, an intrepid physician’s investigation led to the discovery of a new disease that afflicts many worldwide.
The annual Psychiatry Visiting Day brought Mass General experts together with patients, families and donors from around the country to share information on mental illness.
A young researcher at Mass General is exploring ways to diagnose and track multiple sclerosis more accurately with stronger and faster imaging technologies.
Mass General research is helping children and adults with neurofibromatosis lead a full life.