Ron M. Walls
When Jessica Allegretti, MD, MPH, was a resident, she cared for a patient with inflammatory bowel disease whose words ended up shaping the path of Allegretti’s career.
Weighing more than 15 pounds now, Noah is being weaned off of supplemental oxygen, achieving milestones and “growing like a weed, says his mom.
Earlier this month, more than 60 iron workers gathered on Shattuck Street to meet and cheer on 7-year-old Ava, who is undergoing radiation therapy at BWH for cancer.
On March 1, BWH will upgrade its current Employee Alert System to a new user-friendly system that will enhance the hospital’s communications about emergency situations.
BWHers from departments across the distributed campus donned all shades of red on Feb. 5, National Wear Red Day, to raise awareness of women’s heart health.
Partners institutions are leaders in hospital-based federally funded medical research, with nearly $730 million from the National Institutes of Health alone in 2015.
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