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News and views from across Mayo Clinic
"Be a rainbow in someone else's cloud."
After a heart transplant in 2018, Dr. Robert Montgomery, a surgeon at NYU, turned to an experimental protocol at Mayo Clinic. The new drug eliminated his tremors and allowed him to return to surgery.
Sister Marie Anna Stelmach has been a Dominican Sister for 56 years, taking on roles of teacher, chaplain, nurse and missionary. Her current role is as a volunteer at Mayo Clinic.
"A volunteer is a little pencil in the hand of God who is writing a love letter to the world."
Clay "Trip" Hedrick is a world-record-setting swimmer who hasn't let heart disease — including bypass surgery — slow him down.
Twenty-one nurses made up the dance crew that took home Grand Champion honors and raised more than $10,000 for the American Red Cross during this year's Dancing with the Mankato Stars event.
"If you have a lane, you have a chance."
A new exhibit, "Dressing the Abbey," highlights Rochester and Mayo Clinic connections to the Titanic tragedy and provides an up-close look at costumes from the hit show "Downton Abbey."
Paul Ray was so inspired after staff helped calm his nerves just before surgery that he's now a part of the Mayo Clinic Volunteer Services program called Caring Hands, which offers patients hand and arm massages.
"Fashion fades, only style remains the same."
Hot yoga has become one of the hottest fitness trends of the past decade. Dr. Edward Laskowski, co-director of Mayo Clinic's Department of Sports Medicine, says the benefits are wide-ranging.
"The pose begins when you want to get out of it."
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