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At the Mass General Cancer Center we understand that there are people who shape your life by simply doing what they consider ordinary, everyday. Often, what may seem ordinary is actually extraordinary and amazing to others. We know that amazing happens every day. Help us celebrate the everyday amazing people in your life.
With so many new cancer treatments in development and now available, cancer care is so fundamentally different than it was just a few years ago. Go behind the scenes with our Director of Clinical Research, Dr. Keith Flaherty, to learn how teams of researchers and clinicians are applying scientific insights to propel the creation of new therapies for patients, and get to know more about what motivates him to do what he does every day.
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.
Celebrate the everyday amazing people and moments in your life by visiting our Everyday Amazing Mobile at upcoming events to tell us all about what makes them special to you.
As Director of Clinical Research, Dr. Keith Flaherty is working to speed the creation of new breakthrough therapies.
Learn about clinical trials.
Radiation therapist Kerrie Foley loves the sound of the bell ceremony, which symbolizes the end of radiation treatment for a patient.
Learn about radiation oncology.
Every year Molly and other oncology nurses run the Boston Marathon to raise money to help uplift the spirits of their patients.
Learn about Caring For A Cure.
Thoracic surgeon Michael Lanuti, MD has devoted his career to advancing care for patients battling lung cancer and other challenging diseases.
Learn about surgical oncology.
In August, with the start of the New England Patriots preseason games, we began airing public service announcements on 93.7 WEEI Sports Radio and on 98.5 The Sports Hub.
The public service announcements feature our clinicians talking about a variety of cancer-related topics as well as the progress being made in cancer care and research, and will run for the duration of the 2017-2018 season.
Listen to our Library of PSAs
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