Study: Multiple Sclerosis Drug Shows Positive Results for Pediatric Patients
A first-of-its-kind clinical trial at the Brigham has shown that administering an oral multiple sclerosis (MS) drug to patients younger than 18 years of age is safe and 82 percent more effective than an injectable treatment that is the current standard of care.
Wicked Cute: Halloween Comes to the NICU
Some of the Brigham’s tiniest patients celebrated their first Halloween by dressing up in pint-size costumes, including Belle from the film Beauty and the Beast, a dragon, a cowgirl and Count Dracula.
Cleaner Restrooms with the Push of a Button
A pilot project at the Brigham has adapted technology used by Amazon's Dash Buttons to deliver convenience and innovation in a health care environment, starting in an unexpected place: the hospital’s public restrooms.
Q&A: Caterson Reflects on Career Path, Clinical Teaching Goals
Stephanie Caterson, MD, director of the Perforator Flap Breast Reconstruction Program in the Division of Plastic Surgery, received the 2017 Bernard Lown Teaching Award, which celebrates BWH physicians who are outstanding clinical teachers.
Register Today: Discover Brigham, Nov. 9 On Thursday, Nov. 9, the Brigham Research Institute will host…