Looking for more in-depth information? Here are some websites and databases that can help further your research. Some of the resources listed below can only be accessed from the Blum Center at the MGH Main Campus.
Treadwell library is the health sciences library for the MGH community. At the Blum Center, we have access to many of Treadwell's electronic databases and journals. You have to be using a computer at the Blum Center to access most material.
NORD stands for the National Organization for Rare Disorders. We have access to their database filled with information on rare diseases. If you are having trouble finding information on a certain disorder, you may find it here. This database can only be accessed from the Blum Center.
PubMed contains more than 19 million citations for biomedical literature from Medline, life sciences journals, and online books.
If you are still having trouble finding health information, ask a Blum Center librarian for help. Librarians can only provide health related information so that you may be better informed. If you want medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, speak with your health care provider.