In her new memoir, Boston Globe columnist Meredith Goldstein remembers the moments that made a big difference in the cancer care her mother received at Mass General.
A clinic of MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center at Chelsea High School helps students navigate injuries, illnesses, sexual health and mental health care.
A new initiative from the Department of Medicine at Mass General, the Pathways Service provides a way for medical residents to discuss unusual patient cases and initiate research projects based on the questions the cases raise.
Hartley Neel, MD, the son of pioneering 20th century artist Alice Neel, is donating one of his mother’s paintings to the Mass General Division of Radiology.
After CAR-T cell immunotherapy’s early successes, Mass General researchers are determined to find out whether it can be used to treat a broad array of cancers and other diseases.
An expert in telemedicine for stroke patients, the director of Mass General’s Comprehensive Stroke Center testified before the U.S. Senate last year on behalf of the legislation.
Through a gift to the MGH Fund, an avid quilter expands her long-time support for the hospital that has been a source of care, inspiration and comfort for her family.
Through the MGH Asylum Clinic, physician-volunteers from Mass General support asylum seekers by providing medical evidence of past trauma.
With two family members now recovered from cancer, Mark, Jordan and Kaitlin Sampson are running the 2018 Boston Marathon to thank Mass General doctors, nurses and clinical staffers who helped keep their tight-knit clan intact.
The income tax burden on IRAs and other qualified plans makes them ideal assets to donate to Mass General because they pass to us free of income tax.