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Leigh Anne Dageforde 14h
It was an honor to talk with the Podcast last month to celebrate & all those donors/families who have given life to patients. I’m lucky to be a part of some of their stories!
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Mass General Surgery Apr 2
“What’s really unique about is you're taking something that's new or recycled, but new to the patient, and putting it in. And it’s giving them life,” Leigh Anne Dageforde, MD, MPH. New episode of ! Listen now:
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Sophia K. McKinley Apr 2
Spending a lot of time thinking about this Mary Oliver quote. "Tell me, what is it you plan to do / with your one wild and precious life?" I choose this: defending the lives of others.
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Brittany Bankhead-Kendall Mar 31
Emergency Medicine + Critical Care alliances in the era of ! Strong. Strong.
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Sophia K. McKinley Apr 2
Honestly feeling lucky to work at with GME leadership sensitive to trainee needs during the pandemic from childcare to delayed vacations. It's important to feel that admins and PDs have your back as you go to the front line day after day.
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Mass General Research Institute Mar 30
(1/10) researchers, clinicians & colleagues from the Greater Boston area are working around the clock to understand more about and how to treat it. Here are a few things we've learned so far.
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Mass General Surgery Mar 27
New research from a team led by Richard Hodin, MD, chief of General & Gastrointestinal Surgery, found that the IAP enzyme helped prevent intestinal permeability & gut-derived systemic inflammation, resulting in less frailty & extended life span:
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MassGeneral News Mar 27
Thank you to our friend for this heartfelt message of encouragement to our staff and for always being on our team.
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MassGeneral News Mar 26
In the last few days, we’ve noticed these signs popping up in the neighborhood surrounding . There are no words that can describe what gestures like this mean to our staff. You are. We are.
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MassGeneral News Mar 26
Thank you to our friends for helping to get the word out!
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MassGeneral News Mar 26
We have been so grateful for the messages of support and encouragement from the community. We’ve collected them on a Virtual Support Wall. View them here or send your own:
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MassGeneral News Mar 26
ICYMI: ’s returned to for a look at how the hospital is responding to :
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MassGeneral News Mar 25
We are so grateful for the outpouring of support during this challenging time. Please note that we are unable to accept goods dropped off at our hospital entrances. We will share more information and ways you can help as soon as it's available. Thank you!
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Richard Hodin Mar 21
Very excited to have this stellar group joining the family. Great things ahead!! We are all focused on the present for now but the future is very bright.
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MassGeneral News Mar 24
We couldn’t ask for a better friend. Those looking to join in support can do so here:
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Samantha Marinelli Mar 23
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Squawk Box Mar 24
"We need to use the ingenuity of this country if we are going to save as many people as we possibly can," says Massachusetts General Hospital President Dr. Peter Slavin on exploring ways to produce masks with 3D printing, and using construction masks in healthcare.
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Brittany Bankhead-Kendall Mar 23
"No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn." -H.B.
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Osaid H. Alser, MD MSc (Oxon) Mar 23
Shout out to who continues to tirelessly serve trauma/surgical patients and research mentees in this time of need!
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Doug Cassidy Mar 23
Looking for while from ? is reviewing duodenal from the curriculum. Join with learning. Full video including at
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