Nathan Mehlhouse was diagnosed with autism at age 5 and has shown significant progress since his parents began taking him to UMass Medical School’s Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CANDO) Clinic, which was the beneficiary of the Fund-A-Need auction at the 2013 Winter Ball on Dec. 6.
In a rare public speech, Jan Cellucci said her late husband Paul, the former Massachusetts governor and U.S. ambassador to Canada, hoped his campaign to fund a cure for ALS wouldn’t end with his death from the disease.
Employees at UMass Medical School and UMass Memorial Health Care with type 1 diabetes will be eligible to participate in a clinical trial of an artificial pancreas developed by a Boston University biomedical engineer.
In the COMECC campaign, every contribution matters and even a small donation can make a big difference. The campaign is off to a good start, but more donations are needed to reach the goal by Nov. 27.
In this Expert’s Corner video, colon and rectal surgeon Justin Maykel talks about the importance of screening for colorectal cancer, which is 90 percent preventable.
Carolina Correa credits the Boys and Girls Club with helping her not only turn her life around, but helping her become a shining example for others. The organization is one of more than 1,000 supported by the COMECC campaign.
Rising rates of obesity among Americans under the age of 65 are causing an unprecedented increase in knee replacement surgeries, according to new data from a national research program led by UMass Medical School on knee and hip replacements and patient-reported outcomes.
A 3-year-old Mississippi child born with HIV and treated with a combination of antiviral drugs very early remains free of active infection 18 months after all treatment ceased, according to an updated case report in The New England Journal of Medicine. Katherine Luzuriaga, MD, is senior author on the report.