Second COVID-19 mRNA vaccine dose found safe following allergic reactions to first dose. Second COVID-19 mRNA vaccine dose found safe following allergic reactions to first dose. Key Takeaways • Among individuals who had an allergic reaction to
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Interview with Tom Neilan, MD and Zsofia Drobni, MD: Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Therapy From a Cardiologist's Perspective
In this interview Kerry Reynolds, MD chats with Tomas Neilan, MD, MPH, a cardiologist at Mass General Hospital and director of the Cardio-Oncology Program, and Zsofia Drobni, MD, research fellow at the Cardiovascular Imaging Research Center.
In this special episode of Charged, a panel of three guests discuss the history of racism against the AAPI community, how the pandemic has fueled it and why this group has been widely excluded from conversation, data and policy intended to foster racial equality.
Patients may face barriers due to race, ethnicity and language at hospital discharge. Patients may face barriers due to race, ethnicity and language at hospital discharge. Key Takeaways • More than half of patients with limited English proficiency
In this Massachusetts General Hospital Blum Center presentation from July 20, 2021, Dr. Doreen DeFaria Yeh reviews the specific medical issues that develop among children and adults born with a complex congenital heart condition called tetralogy of Fallot.
Researchers discover how cancer cells that spread to lymph nodes avoid immune destruction. Researchers discover how cancer cells that spread to lymph nodes avoid immune destruction. Key Takeaways • New research provides insights on why cancer cells
Joshua Budhu, MD and Justin Jordan, MD, MPH, expand on the implications of virtual residency applications and interviews to amplify diversity and inclusion among neurology residency programs. In this Q&A, the authors elaborate on the opportunities and challenges that a virtual setting presents for both the applicants and residency programs.
The Sean. M. Healey & AMG Center for ALS at Massachusetts General Hospital through the generosity of Drs. Shelena and Ayeez Lalji, established The Lalji Family ALS Award in honor of the important scientific work being done in ALS. This new award will recognize an individual or team of investigators for excellence in their transformative scientific discoveries focused on repair of neurological function in ALS.
Body mass index as a risk factor for diabetes varies throughout the world. Body mass index as a risk factor for diabetes varies throughout the world. Key Takeaways • There are substantial differences among low- and middle-income countries in the
In this webinar, Brian G. Skotko, MD, MPP and leading Down syndrome expert Dra. Ana Claudia Brandão provide factual and evidence-based information for individuals in Brazil with Down syndrome and their families.