Cosmetic laser may boost effectiveness of certain anti-cancer therapies. Cosmetic laser may boost effectiveness of certain anti-cancer therapies. Key Takeaways • In mice treated with cancer immunotherapy, shining a cosmetic laser on a tumor boosted
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Antibody response may drive COVID-19 outcomes. Antibody response may drive COVID-19 outcomes. We found that adults with mild COVID-19 and children with COVID-19 had remarkably similar immune responses. It was only the adults with severe COVID-19
In this episode of Charged, Dr. Naidoo talks to us about how she built her career in this niche, how she helps patients foster healthy diets to improve their mental health and her experience implementing this knowledge in her own life.
Ragon and BWH researchers collaborate with SpaceX to identify humoral immune features which may track with lasting protection against SARS-CoV-2
Ragon and BWH researchers collaborate with SpaceX to identify humoral immune features which may track with lasting protection against SARS-CoV-2. Ragon and BWH researchers collaborate with SpaceX to identify humoral immune features which may track
After a successful launch on the pediatric inpatient units, the Journals of Hope Program has expanded into the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, where patients and families can find strength and hope through the power of writing.
Dance and musical theater have been Meg’s greatest passions since she was 3 – and without a critical surgery to correct her scoliosis, her performance career almost ended prematurely. In June 2020, Meg had tethering surgery to help correct the curves in her spine. Within three months after surgery, she was ready to return to dance training with all her original flexibility, mobility and grace.
The Division of Palliative Care and Geriatric Medicine recently held a Senior Health Town Hall discussing the latest information regarding COVID-19 Vaccines and their availability.
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Jocelyn Perez is a Massachusetts General Hospital Bicentennial Scholar who is now a project manager for Population Health at Mass General Brigham. She is a graduate of Syracuse University and enrolled in a Masters of Public Health degree program at Columbia University. It was fitting, then that Jocelyn, a shining example of all that the Mass General Center for Community Health Improvement hopes to achieve through its commitment to youth, would kick off the recent Celebration of Community Health and CCHI’s 25th Anniversary.
Translational research helps move new ideas and treatments from the lab to the clinic. Supportive care research strives to improve the experience and outcomes of patients and caregivers across the continuum of cancer care. Learn about the latest, cutting-edge advances in this webinar featuring speakers Aditya Bardia, MD, MPH and Jennifer Temel, MD.