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Helping Camy Be Camy Again
How a Mass General expert in a little known autoimmune disorder called PANDAS helped a young girl overcome her debilitating fears.
The Microbiome Connection
Human microbiome research is finding fertile ground at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Hurricane Disaster Response Reflects Readiness
The Mass General Global Disaster Response Team’s doctors, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, security guards and others strive to serve as beacons of hope to disaster victims around the world.
Disaster Response: Hope for Two People in Haiti
Steven Gardner, MD, writes about finding meaning in the struggle to save one life while he was part of Mass General’s Global Disaster Response Team in earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
Bridge Clinic Shepherds Patients to Recovery
A Cambridge mother with a heroin addiction finds compassion, expertise and a path to recovery at the new Mass General Bridge Clinic.
New Development Leader Thrilled with Opportunity
Internist Britain W. Nicholson, MD, sees his new development role as an opportunity to continue to help donors feel good about supporting Mass General.
Thymoma: Family Supports Rare Cancer Research
Supported by their community, Judy and Edmund Cadorette are raising funds to support Mass General research on malignant thymoma, the rare form of cancer that took the life of their daughter.
Cardiology Division Ready for Rising Heart Disease
With an increasing threat of heart disease globally, Mass General’s Division of Cardiology, founded 100 years ago, is expanding to meet the need.