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Brigham scientists are translating decades of pioneering research on Alzheimer’s into potential treatments to prevent this devastating disease.
A new study has found that a brief, simulated task of navigating a phone menu can detect the earliest changes in daily functioning in people at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
The Brigham’s legacy in cancer care can be traced back nearly 150 years, when The Free Hospital for Women—one of the Brigham’s predecessor institutions—opened the first cancer ward in Boston and one of the first in the nation.
Novel blood test combined with mammography finds cancers sooner, informing treatments and preventing overdiagnoses.
Dana-Farber Brigham physician-scientists lead numerous clinical trials and other research projects focused on identifying and developing cutting-edge treatment strategies for individual sarcomas.
Heart disease develops and presents differently between men and women.
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Rapid desensitization is a remarkable breakthrough for patients allergic to chemotherapy.