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 […]
Living with cancer can completely change life as you know it. It disrupts plans, stresses relationships and affects the way you function day to day. […]
Many cancers announce their presence with recognizable symptoms, but ovarian cancer is so evasive that it rarely gives clues until it’s too late. Thanks to […]
The Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center is known throughout the world for its innovative and often revolutionary cancer treatments.
Cancer is vying for world domination. Once it makes its way into a person’s body, it takes over the immune system, manipulating it to not […]
Identifying a single cancer cell in a sample of whole blood is akin to finding a needle in the proverbial haystack. However, a team from […]
Smartphones are extremely versatile with their apps and capabilities, but now they can also detect cancerous tumors. Researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center […]
Following a clinical trial of nearly 20 years, the NRG Oncology Radiation Therapy Oncology Group has demonstrated that adding antiandrogen therapy to radiation therapy can […]