Treatments

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  • Cardiac Wellness Program: Reduce Cardiac Risk

    Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the U.S. for both men and women. Although genetics plays a role in the development of heart disease, lifestyle choices have been proven to significantly influence the health of your heart. The more risk factors you have, the greater your chance of having a heart attack or stroke. This program is held at MGH West in Waltham, MA.

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  • Weight Center

    The Massachusetts General Hospital Weight Center is a fully integrated center within the Digestive Healthcare Center that supports the spectrum of needs for people of all ages seeking help with obesity and weight loss.

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    Call to refer a patient or request a new patient appointment: 617-726-0373

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  • Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Program

    The Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Program at Massachusetts General Hospital offers a full spectrum of safe and effective surgical procedures for obesity, weight disorders and metabolic disease.

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    Call to refer a patient or request a new patient appointment: 617-726-0373

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Clinical Trials

The following related clinical trials and research studies are currently seeking participants at Massachusetts General Hospital. Search for clinical trials and studies in another area of interest.

News

  • Immune Therapy in Type 1 Diabetes - 12/20/2011, Research

    Dr. Sherry's focus is to develop a better understanding of type 1 diabetes by conducting current trials in immune therapy for type 1 diabetes (TIDM) and leading the development of new approaches to clinical trials in this field.

  • Revere HealthCare Center celebrates community health - 6/24/2011, Mass General

    At this year’s annual Community Health Day, more than 70 guests gathered at the MGH Revere HealthCare Center to celebrate local community health efforts and learn about one of today’s most pressing health topics: diabetes.

  • Mass General experts discuss diabetes - 11/3/2009, Mass General

    Our physicians discuss the education, management and prevention of diabetes, a condition affecting nearly 24 million adults and children in the United States.

  • Overcoming Barriers to Care - 6/22/2009, Mass General

    Massachusetts General Hospital develops model diabetes program to help close the gap in care.

Test & Procedures

Video

  • Diabetes and women

    Diabetes and women: what you can do to diagnose, treat and prevent it

    Dr. Stephanie Moore, cardiologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital Heart Center, describes the burden of diabetes and women, and what women can do to diagnose, treat and prevent this condition.

  • Michael Jaff, DO

    Michael Jaff, DO, discusses diabetes and its potential complications, such as peripheral artery disease

    Michael Jaff, DO, Medical Director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Fireman Vascular Center, says that if you have diabetes, your odds are 1 in 3 of developing peripheral artery disease, with potentially serious consequences. Learn more about why peripheral artery disease often goes undetected, and how it can be diagnosed and treated.

  • Charlestown DSME Cooking Demonstration

    Charlestown DSME Cooking Demonstration

    Preparing healthy, flavorful meals doesn't have to be difficult or time consuming. Anne, a nutritionist with the DSME program in Charlestown, demonstrates how to make a quick and easy pasta dish.

  • Chelsea DSME Dance Video

    Ready Set Dance

    Think exercise has to be boring? One of our Diabetes support groups in Chelsea demonstrates how fun and easy exercise can be. (This video is provided for reference and educational purposes only. Always consult with a qualified and licensed physician prior to beginning any exercise program.)