Patient and Family Resources
A checklist of items to bring with you for your first visit, as well as helpful information about the Cancer Center.
We offer a variety of education and support resources to help you and your family throughout your cancer experience, and encourage you to take full advantage of them.
Explore our patient educational and support resources available through the Maxwell V. Blum Cancer Resource Program.
Video: Welcome to the Mass General Cancer Center
Take a tour of our Boston location and find out useful information before your visit, including directions, parking, how to get around, and resources that we offer.
The Story Project
The Story Project is our effort to capture the stories from the people in our Mass General Cancer Center community: patients, friends, family, clinicians, and staff who have been affected by cancer in some way. Our hope is that people will benefit from sharing their stories and from reading other’s stories.
When new mother Melissa Dupuis was diagnosed with breast cancer, she turned to Mass General Cancer Center where she received the latest treatments, including proton therapy, to treat her cancer.
Rick & Sally Mastalerz
A colon cancer diagnosis was no match for airline pilot and member of the Air National Guard, Rick Mastalerz. Read about Rick and his wife Sally’s cancer experience at the Mass General Cancer Center.
Diagnosed with young-onset colorectal cancer at 29 years old, Alexa shares her journey navigating motherhood, cancer treatment, and advocating for others.
I am more resilient than even I thought that I was. And I always considered myself as someone who is resilient, but I’ve never been through an experience like this before.