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While the long-term effects of COVID-19 are still unknown, many patients looking to return to normal life post-COVID are finding this more difficult than expected.
Mass General discusses the permanent changes that have been made and the future of specialized patient care.
The arts can be an incredible source of resilience during challenging times, and the people creating and disseminating art are often deeply affected by the same things their art helps people face. As part of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Juneteenth celebration and commemoration, Dawn Simmons, of the Front Porch Arts Collective, moderated a panel with leaders of area groups who work to increase visibility for the art that people of color create.
On June 18-19, 2020, Mass General marked Juneteenth with “A Celebration of Joy, Empowerment and Healing.” The two-day event featured talks, poetry, art and music presentations, and historical overviews.
On June 18, the Massachusetts General Hospital community was treated to a virtual tour of local history as part of the hospital’s Juneteenth celebration. Amelia Benstead, from the National Parks of Boston, led the tour of the Museum of African American History and the area neighboring Mass General, on the north side of Beacon Hill.
Juneteenth is about proclaiming what Black people have been saying for centuries: that Black lives matter, meaning that African-American humanity is not debatable, said Hasan Jeffries, PhD, during his keynote address at Mass General Hospital’s Juneteenth celebration earlier this month. Jeffries, an author, professor and host of the podcast “Teaching Hard History,” discussed the holiday’s history and its significance today.
We wanted to provide you with updates regarding the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Urology’s current state of operations, and how we are delivering care to our patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to assure you and our patients that we are available and ready to safely manage a broad spectrum of your patients’ urologic needs during this time.
Mass General study finds that many hospitalized patients with a presumed penicillin allergy are given less effective or more harmful antibiotics
Hospitalized patients who report an allergy to penicillin are often prescribed alternative antibiotics for infection that can be harmful, even though diagnostic testing or evaluations would show that the vast majority of these reported allergies could be disproven, according to researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital.
A team led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital has uncovered a potentially promising strategy to target tumors and improve brain cancer treatment.
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