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Providing world-renowned clinical care,
Training the next generation of physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals,
Discovering and advancing new treatments and cures, and
Responding to the public health needs of our community.
Boston hospitals to participate in national study of long COVID
March 7, 2022
The Boston Globe
A consortium of Boston area hospitals has joined an ambitious national effort to solve the puzzle of “long COVID,” an often-debilitating syndrome in which symptoms such as fatigue and brain fog persist long after COVID-19 infection.
Are Health Care Apps in Your Future?
March 4, 2022
US News & World Report
Health apps are becoming more and more sophisticated, offering smartphone users help in dealing with chronic ailments, said Dr. David Bates, chief of internal medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, and an internationally renowned expert in patient safety and health care technology.
‘We All Need To Step Up’: Boston Doctors Teach Ukrainians How To Treat Wounds Of War
March 3, 3022
WBZ 4 CBS Boston
Inside Brigham and Women’s Hospital, saving a life is something that happens every single day, around the clock. But what about saving lives on the other side of the world? Oncology surgeon and Ukrainian native Dr. Nelya Melnitchouk is using her first language to teach Ukrainians how to treat the wounds of war.