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Innovation Happens Here

Learn how we’re improving lives and transforming care with our commitment to innovation.

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Advancing care with the patient in mind

Care that is guided by our research sets Mass General Brigham apart. Our doctors are working to change the world while also providing care to patients. As the national leader in innovation, our patient-first mentality and collaborative approach across Mass General Brigham leads to new treatments, procedures and medicine, improving results for you, our patients.

Our doctors work tirelessly – in the lab, at their practices, and at the patient’s side – to understand the effects of severe diseases and our patient’s needs. Every day they are helping to create breakthrough studies and making new discoveries that transform lives. 

I have spent my entire career as a physician working to end the HIV pandemic. The knowledge gained is now laying a path forward to harness the immune system to attempt to cure HIV infection.

Bruce Walker, M.D.
Director of the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard
Director of the Harvard University Center for AIDS Research

Embracing Clinical Innovation to Treat Cardiac Arrhythmias

Brigham and Women’s Hospital has a long history of harnessing the power of electricity in medicine. Today, pioneering cardiologists at Brigham’s Heart & Vascular Center are correcting heart rhythm disorders using a variety of electrophysiology-based treatments to relieve patients' suffering, improve their quality of life, and save lives.

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Receiving Complex Care from a Multidisciplinary Team

Carol Goodermote was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system. She came to Massachusetts General Hospital to have her malignant neuroendocrine tumor removed through a Whipple procedure.

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