A Mass General neurologist is collaborating with colleagues in Ghana on a program designed to make it easier and faster for patients from remote areas to get the specialty medical care they need.
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.
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.
Mass General is pioneering the wider use of a heart-lung technology called ECMO to treat pulmonary embolisms and other life-threatening conditions.
Mass General is using a new treatment called TMS to help regulate nerve cells involved in mood regulation that may be underactive in depression.
To care for Boston Marathon bombing victims, Mass General activated a meticulous plan that put the entire hospital in disaster-response mode.
A young woman gets a medication-free kidney transplant after MGH doctors transplanted bone marrow to make her immune system think the new organ was her own.
The new physician-in-chief of the MGH Department of Medicine has experience as a physician and as a researcher of medical decision-making and quality of care.
At Mass General, Alessio Fasano, MD, a leader in celiac disease research and treatment, hopes to work closely with celiac centers at other Boston hospitals.
Rakesh K. Jain, PhD, has made groundbreaking discoveries about tumors and cancer treatment that underscore the power and promise of basic research.