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One of 125 pubs.Relapse after treatment of pediatric Hodgkin lymphoma: outcome and role of surveillance after end of therapy.
Friedmann AM, Wolfson JA, Hudson MM, Weinstein HJ, Link MP, Billett A, Larsen EC, Yock T, Donaldson SS, Marcus K, Krasin MJ, Howard SC, Metzger ML.
Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2013 Sep;60(9):1458-63. doi: 10.1002/pbc.24568. Epub 2013 May 15.
In a letter to Dr. Howard Weinstein, captain of the MGHfC marathon team, one runner's mother says, &ldquo;The love, support and camaraderie was contagious all around. Everlasting friendships were formed and lives were touched forever (at least mine was!).&rdquo;
As a PCA on Ellison 18, a pediatric cancer patient challenged Elizabeth Duquette to run the 2017 Boston Marathon. Her patient vowed to collect 200 signatures from around the hospital for her to run. After her patient passed away, Elizabeth is honoring his life and the lives of other children facing cancer by joining the Fighting Kids' Cancer... One Step at a Time team for this year's marathon.
Close to 650 physicians and guests gathered for the eighth Physician Recognition Dinner on May 14 at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel. During the evening, the Brian A. McGovern, MD, Awards for Clinical Excellence were bestowed to physicians who emulate the dedication, compassion and kindness that McGovern &ndash; who died in 2003 &ndash; is remembered for.
Dr. Howard Weinstein, chief of the pediatric hematology and oncology at MGHfC, will run his 25th Boston Marathon to raise money for cancer care and research.
On Feb 20., patients from the MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) Hematology and Oncology Clinic traveled to Harvard University&rsquo;s season-ending home game against Colgate University.
Harry Burns, 5, walked into the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Unit Jan. 27 with a secret. The youngster, clad in a dress shirt and pink bowtie, carried a green gift bag for his running mate, Howard Weinstein, MD, chief of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology.
This April will mark the 25th time Howard Weinstein, MD, chief of the Hematology-Oncology Unit at MassGeneral Hospital for Children runs the Boston Marathon and 17th as captain of the MGH team supporting pediatric hematology-oncology.
The MGH is now accepting applications for the 119th Boston Marathon, which will be held on April 20, 2015.
The 2014 Boston Marathon marked a triumphant return for the Mass General Marathon teams.
Lily Waldeck, an 8-year-old former MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) Cancer Center patient, embodies the mission to persevere in the fight against childhood cancer. Thanks to the care she received from Howard Weinstein, MD, Chief of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology at MGHfC and the rest of her care team, she now proudly says that she&rsquo;s &ldquo;stronger and faster now than when [she] had leukemia.&rdquo;
Howard Weinstein, MD explains why he is running for the Mass General Marathon Team Fighting Kids&rsquo; Cancer . . . One Step at a Time.
Little blue footprints cross the starting line in Hopkinton, or so it seems upon entering the newly unveiled Mass General Marathon Team gallery in the Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Unit. The hallway mural, a physical reflection of the joy, inspiration, and hope that defines the Mass General Marathon Team, includes a montage of photos, quotes, news clippings and art capturing the team&rsquo;s legacy.
As part of a Flashes of Hope photo shoot, patients and families from the Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Clinic had a unique opportunity to capture special memories in professional black and white photography. The volunteer-driven organization, based in Cleveland, takes professional portraits of children with cancer or life-limiting illness as a way to honor their lives and raise funds to support cancer research.
A record number of participants joined the annual Four Seasons Run of Hope on September 8th to raise awareness for pediatric cancer care and research at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
WHEN SHE CROSSES THE FINISH LINE as a member of the 2013 Mass General Boston Marathon Team on April 15, Lindsey Beggan&rsquo;s life will have come full circle. It was 15 years ago, on the day of the team&rsquo;s first marathon, that Beggan was diagnosed with Ewing&rsquo;s sarcoma, a rare bone disease. It also was the day her father made her a promise.
Crossing the finish line of a marathon is a feat in itself, but completing the race and supporting a good cause is a triumph times two.
Howard Weinstein, MD, chief of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, explains why he is running for the MassGeneral Marathon Team Fighting Kids&rsquo; Cancer . . . One Step at a Time.
MGH Hotline 9.17.10 September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
MGH Hotline 7.23.10 NOW IN ITS EIGHTH YEAR, the Granite State Quest (GSQ) is a 50- or 100-mile bicycle ride through southern New Hampshire that benefits the Center for Pediatric Hematology and Oncology at MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC).
MGH Hotline 6.11.10 In General awards and honors
MGH Hotline 4.16.10 FOR THE THIRD YEAR IN A ROW, Boston Bruins players stepped into the &quot;hot seat&quot; -- or in this case, barber shop chairs -- to raise money for the Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Unit at MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC).
MGH Hotline 11/20/2009 FOUNDED IN 2001 by three-time cancer survivor Dan Olsen, Christopher&rsquo;s Haven is a home away from home for children undergoing cancer treatment at MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) and their parents and siblings.
MGH Hotline 4/10/09 Bald certainly is beautiful according to 14 members of the Boston Bruins who gamely had their heads shaved April 8 for the second annual &ldquo;Cuts for a Cause&rdquo; event to benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation and MassGeneral Hospital for Children&rsquo;s (MGHfC) Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Unit.
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