Mass General Cancer Center’s Inspirational Distraction
MGH Study Potentially Finds the “Achilles Heel” for Dormant Cancer Cells
The two-year study, the first of its kind, followed 160 patients who underwent HCT for a variety of hematologic malignancies at Mass General.
Knowing what to eat and what to avoid can make the holiday season a healthy one for you.
Differences within the molecular structure of breast cancer tumors have puzzled cancer researchers in recent years. A study led by Massachusetts General Hospital, published in […]
When a person is first diagnosed with cancer, the oncology team determines the best course of treatment for the physical illness. However, a cancer diagnosis […]
A cancer diagnosis is devastating news that affects a patient on many levels — physical, emotional and behavioral — and everyone copes differently. Massachusetts General […]
When you are diagnosed with cancer, you are likely overwhelmed by uncertainties. Your oncologist has talked to you about the prognosis and has unveiled treatment […]
You just don’t feel well. You’re bloated. You feel full shortly after beginning your meal. You’re constipated (or have diarrhea) — which is unusual for […]
About one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. The treatment regimen depends on multiple factors, but many women will […]
What would you do to increase your chances for surviving breast cancer? For many women, it is not crystal clear. Breast Cancer is complicated. The […]
There are unique complexities to treating someone with severe mental illnesses (SMI), such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. It is even more challenging if that […]
As if it were not challenging enough to have a serious mental illness, or to have cancer; but to have both? It is more common […]