The homeless are the most vulnerable population in the country. How can health care reach them?
Infectious disease specialist Martin Hirsch looks at the worry over H5N1 and its aftermath.
Proto’s first issue came out in 2005. The decade that followed brought landmark changes to the world of health care.
Neurologist Lee Schwamm looks at 10 pivotal years in the treatment of stroke victims.
The first issue of Proto looked at comfort care for those with grave illnesses. The field of palliative care has since grown by leaps and bounds.
The first issue of Proto looked at the promise of transplanting organs from other species. What’s happened since then?
The first issue of Proto looked at the genetic roots of mental illness. What’s happened since then?
MGH president Peter Slavin discusses racial disparities at the annual meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges.
The final illness of the physician and author happens 100 years after the greatest outbreak of encephalitis lethargica.
In this video, Mass General physician Suzanne Koven discusses the power of personal stories inspired by illness.