The 11th annual Phillips Society luncheon focused on the history and future of Cardiology, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary at Mass General.
The director of the Lurie Center for Autism discusses how it employs patience, persistence and philanthropy to help children and adults with autism spectrum disorder — and their families — lead fuller lives.
The director of Mass General’s Center for Disaster Medicine highlights some of the programs, training and support that prepared its professionals to respond to Hurricane Matthew.
A spirit of collaboration and support from the Dake Foundation inspire Mass General clinicians and researchers to work together to find for a cure for Huntington’s Disease.
John Stone, MD, MPH, director of Clinical Rheumatology at Massachusetts General Hospital, was named the inaugural incumbent of the Edward A. Fox Endowed Chair in Medicine.
Mass General disaster response teams are on the ground in Haiti and the southern United States, helping victims of Hurricane Matthew recover from its devastation.
With an increasing threat of heart disease globally, Mass General’s Division of Cardiology, founded 100 years ago, is expanding to meet the need.
A Mass General physical therapist offers advice on how best to avoid and treat sports injuries most likely to occur during the fall season.
Food can be used to help fortify your body against cancer, a Mass General nutritionist says.
Grateful for care he’s received from Mass General’s Pediatric Oncology Program, young Ario Nour is using philanthropy to show his thanks.