Latest News at BMC

  • BMC Is Developing New Anti-Racism Addiction Treatment, Research, and Policy

    After a research project engaging people with lived experience of SUD, BMC has findings on making addiction treatment better for Black patients.

  • Study Provides New Look at Why Rare Cancer Often Evades Treatments

  • Boston Medical Center’s Grayken Center for Addiction and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Collaborate to Expand Massachusetts Overdose Prevention Helpline

  • What Is Harm Reduction?

    An expert and advocate for harm reduction talks about how she meets patients where they are with treatment options, resources, and hope for tomorrow.

  • Lungs Play a Critical Role in Fetal Blood Development, New Study from Boston Medical Center and Boston University’s Center for Regenerative Medicine Finds

  • Finding Joy in Food: How Cooking With Others Can Bolster Recovery

    BMC's Cooking for Recovery Program addresses nutrition, body image issues, and food access while providing space to make a home-cooked meal.

  • "Reject Futility": BMCHS's Health Justice Summit Opens With a Potent Message of Hope

    "People who say it can't be done should get out of the way," said keynote speaker Harriet A. Washington about achieving true health equity.

  • Boston Medical Center Health System Hosts EQTY 2023: A Summit for Health Justice

  • Addressing Social Determinants of Health in Post-Overdose Outreach Associated with Greater Reduction in Fatal Opioid Overdoses

  • Use of Injectable Extended-Release Buprenorphine Limited by Cost and Treatment Retention