Sometimes that amazing thing is innovative technology like the proton beam or targeted therapies … but sometimes that amazing thing is as simple as a warm word or a helping hand. Ultimately, that’s why we are all here: to make sure that amazing happens every day.

What's YOUR #EverydayAmazing?

These videos were captured by our Everyday Amazing Mobile and participants shared what's #EverydayAmazing to them. Celebrate the everyday amazing people and moments in your life by visiting our Everyday Amazing Mobile to tell us all about what makes them special to you!


The Story Project

The Story Project

The Story Project is our effort to capture the stories from the people in our Mass General Cancer Center community: patients, friends, family, clinicians, and staff who have been affected by cancer in some way.

Greg's Story

Greg's Story

Greg’s story is amazing in many ways. A sudden diagnosis led to his treatment at the Mass General Cancer Center, with therapies that specifically target his genetic mutation. Now, 12 years later, he remains healthy and active.

Anne's Story

Anne's Story

Learn about Anne's journey, from cancer diagnosis through treatment. She had the benefit of access to the Mass General Cancer Center's multi-disciplinary team of specialists from medical, radiation, and surgical oncology - "Everyday Amazing" made real.


Caring For A Cure

Caring For A Cure was founded by the nurses of the Mass General Adult Hematology/Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant program with a goal to improve the journey of patients and families with cancer through research, resources and awareness.

The One Hundred

Everyday Amazing in Action

The people who bring Everyday Amazing to life come in all shapes and sizes – patients, nurses, physicians, administrators, family members, and individuals who simply care and are motivated to act. Read about some of our amazing the one hundred recipients.


Join Our Online Community

See our online space where anyone who counts themselves as a member of the Mass General Cancer Center community can come to read, think, and write about the words we all use, but which we don’t always understand in the same way.

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