An integral part of the Department of Medicine and the Mass General Cancer Center, the Division of Hematology-Oncology at Massachusetts General Hospital is a national leader in the research and treatment of cancer. For more than 80 years, the division has been involved in clinical and basic research related to cancer, providing state-of-the-art treatment to patients in the Greater Boston Area. We offer our patients a diverse variety of treatments and services. Currently, we provide hematology-oncology care at:

Research within the division and at the Cancer Center focuses on exploring fundamental pathways which are critically altered in tumor cells, and in identifying novel genes that are central to both development and cancer. The Center for Cancer Research in the Charlestown Navy Yard is the basic research arm of our Cancer Center. Through these research efforts, we offer a wide variety of clinical trials for patients to participate in. In partnership with the Dana-Farber Cancer Center and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, our renowned Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Program trains the next generation of leaders in cancer care and management.

Watch video interviews with Division Chief, David Ryan, MD