The patient navigator program helps patients with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities and their families manage complex medical care.
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.
Mass General researchers are using artificial-intelligence to analyze standard chest x-rays to predict patients’ future risk of a variety of disorders.
Kerri Palamara McGrath, MD, speaks about patient care, physician burnout and the timely launch of the Mass General Center for Physician Well-Being.
Mass General’s Dementia Caregiver Support Program seeks to reduce the burden of Alzheimer’s disease by providing family-oriented care.
After a Massachusetts tattoo artist suffered two strokes in quick succession, a Mass General stroke care team stepped in to save his life.
Jesse Simon’s life has changed dramatically since he came to MassGeneral Hospital for Children to receive care for a rare genetic disorder that puzzled doctors elsewhere for years.
Thanks to doctors at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, 5-year-old Michael Kostecki will enter kindergarten this fall without a tracheostomy tube or a nurse trailing after him.
Clinicians at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry Visiting Day underscored the need for ongoing support of LGBTQ individuals.
A Mass General geriatrician describes how doctors determine whether a patient is suffering from dementia or the normal memory loss that often comes with aging.