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Designed to supplement the medical treatment of cancer patients by giving them tools to cope with the stress of their illness, make informed choices about treatment, and maintain hope.
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The Cancer Imaging & Intervention Program at Massachusetts General Hospital Imaging combines leading-edge technology and the expertise of specialty-trained radiologists to provide comprehensive cancer detection and monitoring, plus image-guided treatments for specific types of cancer.Request an Appointment
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The Division of Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine at MassGeneral Hospital for Children is a well-established clinical, training and research program. The group provides multidisciplinary comprehensive consultation, diagnostic and management services for a wide array of pulmonary conditions.
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The Massachusetts General Hospital Interventional Pulmonology Program is staffed by specialists who diagnose and treat complicated pulmonary diseases using state-of-the-art, minimally invasive therapies.
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Specialists in the Department of Radiation Oncology's Thoracic Program treat patients with lung and esophageal cancers and other tumors of the chest using the latest radiation therapies.
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The Lung Radiofrequency Ablation Program in Massachusetts General Hospital’s Division of Thoracic Surgery provides radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for patients with early-stage lung cancer who are deemed non-surgical candidates.
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Shedding light on lung cancer screening - 11/20/2015, Mass General
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Monthand Jo-Anne Shepard, MD, Director of MGH Thoracic Imaging and Intervention, would like to share important information about the only lung cancer screening test proven to decrease mortality from this devastating illness.
National experts publish final lung cancer screening recommendations - 12/31/2013, Mass General
With implications for insurance coverage, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends annual low-dose CT scans to reduce lung cancer deaths.
Mass General thoracic imaging expert answers questions about lung cancer screening - 11/19/2013, Mass General
Director of Thoracic Imaging and Intervention in the Mass General Department of Radiology, Dr. Jo-Anne Shepard explains what the recent lung cancer screening recommendations mean for patients.
Mass General Imaging introduces CT lung-cancer screening - 8/11/2011, Clinical
Research shows a clear benefit for CT lung-cancer screening among individuals who meet strict criteria. Patients and referrers should understand both the benefit and the potential for false positive results.
Genetic profiling - 3/9/2009, Mass General
Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center opens molecular pathology lab to genetically profile all patient tumors
Massachusetts General Hospital Imaging screens high-risk patients for lung cancer under the care of dedicated thoracic radiologists using low-dose CT scans (LDCT).
The Maxwell V. Blum Cancer Resource Center is a program that offers a range of support resources around the Cancer Center. The center has an ongoing mission to make support services, as well as respite and community-building areas, more accessible to patients and families throughout the Cancer Center.
The Marjorie E. Korff PACT program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center provides psycho-educational support for parents who are patients.
Research at Mass General leads to breakthroughs in cancer treatment and prevention.
Alice Shaw, MD, explains why patients with lung cancer can benefit from genetic testing
Alice Shaw, MD, thoracic oncologist at the Mass General Cancer Center, says patients with lung cancer can benefit from genetic testing, particularly if they are young non-smokers. Learn more about personalized treatment for lung cancer and new "smart drugs" that target a tumor's specific genetic mutation to slow the cancer's growth, and in some cases, reduce it significantly.