After these results get dropped in their laps, consumers are left with more questions than answers. What happens next?
For patients and their loved ones, a cancer diagnosis is life-changing.
The Collaborative Care and Community Engagement Program improves the quality of life for individuals affected by both mental illness and cancer.
Imagine what a game changer this new therapy can be to the cancer patient who has tried everything else.
For cancer patients that aren't seeing results with chemotherapy, new CAR T-cell therapy might be the solution for remission.
Some people are born with an alteration in their DNA or genetic material that makes them more susceptible to certain types of cancer.
With debate among nonprofit organizations, physicians’ groups, and the U.S. government resulting in varying recommendations, women might think mammograms are not useful in catching cancer. […]
Chemotherapy can cause fatigue, but getting up and moving just might be the best solution.
The new Px program at Mass General helps cancer patients and families.
Under a bright blue sky and with gorgeous late summer weather, almost 1,000 people ran and walked on the Charles River Esplanade for Mass General […]
Parents coping with cancer often say that their top reason for doing everything they can to get better is their children. A cancer diagnosis is […]
A cancer diagnosis can exacerbate an already complicated scenario when one also has a severe mental illness. Those with a severe mental illness die an […]
Researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Pathology and Center for Cancer Research have found a molecular “on switch” that could point to new […]