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Fifteen Years Later, Transplant Patient and His Surgeon Reunite at Mayo Clinic

October 10th, 2017

Fifteen Years Later, Transplant Patient and His Surgeon Reunite at Mayo Clinic

By In the Loop intheloop

It had been 15 years since Tom Manuel had a heart transplant, but he never forgot the name of his transplant surgeon. The two of them recently had a chance to meet again.

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Tags: Dr. Si Pham, Heart attack, heart transplant, Mayo Clinic in Florida, Mayo Clinic Transplant Center


Jury Duty Turns Into Lifesaving Opportunity for Mayo Clinic Resident

September 21st, 2017

Jury Duty Turns Into Lifesaving Opportunity for Mayo Clinic Resident

By In the Loop intheloop

An ordinary afternoon of jury duty turned anything but for internal medicine resident Adam Kase, M.D., when a fellow juror went into sudden cardiac arrest.

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Tags: Dr. Adam Kase, Dr. Tyler Vadeboncoeur, Mayo Clinic in Florida, Mayo Clinic Multidisciplinary Simulation Center, Sudden Cardiac Arrest


Taking on Seizures With Awake Brain Surgery

August 22nd, 2017

Taking on Seizures With Awake Brain Surgery

By In the Loop intheloop

After living with seizures for more than 20 years, Peggy Cardona found relief at Mayo Clinic. Doctors used a technique called brain mapping to remove a lesion in Peggy’s brain, eliminating the seizures. 

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Tags: Brain mapping, Dr. William Tatum, Mayo Clinic in Florida, neurosurgery, seizures


June 11th, 2015

A Birthday Celebration that Felt Right at Home

By In the Loop intheloop

About 150 staff and retirees of Mayo Clinic lined up out the door of Kinne Auditorium on the Florida campus on May 20. They were there to wish a happy 98th birthday to a friend, advocate and supporter of Mayo Clinic (and the person the auditorium is named for) — Frances Bartlett Kinne, Ph.D. During […]

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Tags: Development, Francis Bartlett Kinne, Mayo Clinic in Florida


July 24th, 2014

Team Ginny – A show of support for one of their own

By In the Loop intheloop

Ginny Kelley with Drs. David Zapala, Larry Lundy and David Walker If there’s comfort in knowing your care team, Ginny Kelley must have felt like she was visiting an old friend when, after being diagnosed with breast cancer in April, she went in for a double mastectomy and started chemotherapy. Because, well, the Otolaryngology nurse […]

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Tags: Breast Cancer, David Walker, Dr. David Zapala, Dr. Larry Lundy, Dr. Ryan Hutchinson, Dr. Sarah McLaughlin, Ginny Kelley, Jacksonville, Mayo Clinic in Florida, Oncology


March 4th, 2014

In the fight against cancer, Mayo researchers practice shape-shifting

By Elizabeth Harty, Sr Communications Specialist meharty

It’s pretty safe to say that Panos Anastasiadis, Ph.D., chair of Mayo’s Department of Cancer Biology in Florida, will never look at a fried egg or starfish the same way again. He and other researchers at Mayo Clinic discovered that by changing the shape of cancer cells into those of a “round fried egg and […]

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Tags: Cancer Biology, Mayo Clinic in Florida, Panos Anastasiadis


January 14th, 2014

Joining the 100-gallon club

By In the Loop intheloop

The Energizer Bunny’s got nothing on Carroll Sharp of Jacksonsville, who, since the late 1960s, has been going and going and going … to donate blood. As the Florida Times-Union and First Coast News report, all that donating has earned him a spot as the newest member of The Blood Alliance at Mayo Clinic’s “100-gallon […]

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Tags: Blood Alliance, blood donation, Carroll Sharp, Jacksonville, Mayo Clinic in Florida, Odette Struys, volunteers


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