COVID-19 cases are again on the rise. MGH incident commander Ann Prestipino reflects on the road traveled so far and which next steps are critical.
As the first COVID-19 patients arrived, pressure mounted to discover how the disease worked and how it could be beaten back.
A crisis in testing logistics leads to a breakthrough device.
When the caseload began to ease, clinicians came to grips with the new normal as researchers set their sights on ending the pandemic for good.
An intensive procedure helped patients breathe while their lungs healed.
Social unrest came on the coattails of the pandemic, and hospital workers rose to fight that battle, too.
As COVID-19 first swept through Boston, the people of Massachusetts General Hospital responded. Their efforts offer a portrait of medicine in motion.
After 40 days in a coma, one COVID-19 patient faces what he feels is a bigger challenge—the isolation of treatment in a pandemic.
The new normal meant new tasks to be done. Those jobs were often filled by very unconventional candidates.
Are there echoes of the “cholera riots” in the age of COVID-19?
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