Fourth year internal medicine and pediatrics resident Dr. Mike Kelly shaves his head after reaching his fundraising goal for the Boston Marathon.
The 2020 MGH Marathon Team T-shirt is now available. This year’s adult long-sleeve unisex shirts are lightweight, breathable and moisture-wicking. They are available in sizes extra-small through double extra-large.
All proceeds from shirt sales will benefit the Mass General Marathon Team supporting the following hospital programs: Pediatric Cancer, Emergency Response and Home Base.
Visit the MGH Giving site or the General Store to purchase this year’s shirt.
- Mar | 6 | 2020
As a 10-year participant in the Run to Home Base, Marine Corps veteran Michael York is no stranger to putting in the miles to support veterans, service members and their families. This year, York is taking on a new challenge through his participation in the 124th Boston Marathon.
- Jul | 26 | 2019
As baby boomers reach their senior years and life expectancy increases, so does the number of older adults who live with both complex chronic diseases as well as common aging-related conditions and illnesses.
- Jul | 26 | 2019
On July 14, David Sweetser, MD, chief of Medical Genetics and Metabolism at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, threw the first pitch at the Boston Red Sox versus Los Angeles Dodgers game at Fenway Park.
- Apr | 19 | 2019
More than 150 runners – representing three MGH marathon teams – were among the 30,000 athletes who took on the 123rd Boston Marathon April 15.
- Mar | 22 | 2019
Daniel Gratzer is no stranger to the Boston Marathon. This will be his third year running for the Mass General Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Team. This marathon, however, will be extra special for him. He’ll also be running in memory of his mother, Joanne M. Gratzer, who died from cancer in August 2018.