Massachusetts General Hospital

Massachusetts General Hospital, (Mass General) was established in 1811 in Boson, Massachusetts. Mass Geneeral is the teaching hospital for Harvard. MGH is part of the large medical science research and patient care complex that is consistently rated in the top 10 of teaching hospitals in the USA. MGH is noted for its work in endocrinology, cancer, digestive disorders, neurosurgery, and recently made signiificant break through in organ transplant rejection research.

55 Fruit Street Boston, MA 02114

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Oncology & Cancer

Gut microbiome changes linked to precancerous colon polyps

A new study by investigators from Mass General Brigham has linked certain types of gut bacteria to the development of precancerous colon polyps. Their results are published in Cell Host & Microbe.


Q&A: ChatGPT answers common patient questions about colonoscopy

Braden Kuo, MD, a neurogastroenterologist and the director of the Center for Neurointestinal Health at MGH and an associate professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Tsung-Chun Lee, MD, Ph.D., of Taipei Medical ...

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