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Helping Your Baby Thrive

The Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Follow-up Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for infants and children who have been patients in the NICU. Read more about the Follow-up Program at Brigham Health Hub.

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New Treatment Option for Essential Tremor

Focused ultrasound is an FDA-approved treatment for patients with essential tremor which is non-invasive and can be performed on an outpatient basis. Brigham and Women’s is one of only a few centers in the US to offer this innovative treatment. 

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Dr. Scott James Swanson and patient

Advances in Thoracic Surgery

A patient recently underwent an innovative minimally invasive surgical procedure to remove a thymoma, a rare cancer of the thymus gland. Compared with traditional surgical approaches, the less invasive procedure, which is guided by video technology, offers less pain and a quicker recovery.

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Let the Doctor Come to You in a "Virtual Visit"

You can save time and travel when your physician is available for an online appointment. Some Brigham Health  doctors now offer "virtual visits" through a phone, tablet or computer especially for monitoring chronic conditions. 

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Medical Professor using human heart model to teach college class

Attend Cardiomyopathy Event

Affairs of the Heart: Living with Cardiomyopathy is free event for patients and family members who are affected by cardiomyopathy. The May 19th event will focus on inherited cardiovascular disorders, such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, and dilated cardiomyopathy.


Support a Runner

Marathon Monday is April 16! Support the BWH Stepping Strong Marathon Team to turn tragedy into hope for trauma patients worldwide.



We are inspired by our patients’ courage, our caregivers’ compassion, and our scientists’ curiosity—all fueled by our donors’ generosity.

Imagine what we can do together.