Helping Expand Access to Complex Care in Underserved Communities
After topical treatments failed to heal a patient with a rare form of skin cancer, family physician John Mohs, MD, carefully evaluated the patient’s next steps.
Collaborators Take Steps Toward Muscle Regeneration
When a person suffers a traumatic muscle injury – whether from a motorcycle crash, for instance, or an explosive device – there is no way to regenerate the muscle that has been lost as a result.
Sharing Hope and Harmonies
A self-taught pianist, Shalaine Parker volunteers her time to play before or after her shifts at the Brigham in hopes that her music can comfort those in need.
‘Mini-Brains’ Shed Light on Mutation Tied to Mental Illnesses
Using human stem cells, Brigham researchers have created a miniature 3-D model of the brain to study a gene mutation tied to major mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression.
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