Dr. Motaz Qadan and Lauren Hindman

Lauren Hindman

As a patient in our Center for Young Adult Colorectal Cancer, Lauren has formed a close relationship with her surgeon, Motaz Qadan, MD, PhD, and together they have navigated the impact this disease has had on Lauren.

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2022-10-27 cancer cancer-center
Telegram & GazetteOctober | 27 | 2022

Multi-cancer early detection tests could save lives, but we still have a lot to learn

"Patients are very excited about the possible convenience of a test like this, and that's really important," said Dr. Lecia Sequist, director of the Center for Innovation in Early Cancer Detection at Massachusetts General Hospital. "It's also critical to find cancer at the earliest possible stage to have the best chance of curing it."

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2022 Survivorship Conference

Held virtually on June 23rd, our 2022 Mass General Cancer Center Survivorship Conference featured speakers Ryan Sullivan, MD and Giselle Perez, PhD, and moderator Jeffery Peppercorn, MD, MPH.

Leading the Charge for Early Cancer Detection

In this video, learn how the Center for Innovation in Early Cancer Detection is focused on increasing the development of new cancer-detecting technologies, and hear about their important Fire Health Study, a partnership with the Boston Fire Department to help screen firefighters for cancer.

Blum Center Program: Breast Cancer-Related Lymphedema

Lymphedema is swelling caused by fluid that collects in tissue under the skin. Clinical research coordinators discuss the Lymphedema Screening Program at Mass General and their current LymphVAX project related to COVID-19 vaccination.

Updates in CAR T-Cell Therapy

Billy Costa talks with Dr. Matt Frigault and oncology social worker Lauren DeMarco to learn more about the latest in CAR T-cell therapies and what it all means for patients.

Care in the Mass General Cancer Center Network

Billy Costa talks with Dr. Robb Friedman, Dr. Amy Comander, and Dr. Larry Blaszkowsky about how the care teams at Mass General Cancer Center's community locations provide patients with access to world-class cancer care close to home.