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News and views from across Mayo Clinic
"Children do learn what they live. Then they grow up to live what they learn."
Since 2013, Mayo Clinic NICU colleagues have sewn bereavement blankets and bags to help comfort families through some of the hardest times of their lives.
Nearly 3,100 Mayo Clinic staff telework at least part time from their homes. By chance, three of them discovered they are neighbors in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.
"The simple act of caring is heroic."
Joe Rath's worries before radiation therapy treatment were short lived, thanks to reassurance from his care team and what he calls the Mayo Experience.
Many countries outside the U.S. don't allow organ recipients and donor families to meet, but a Mayo patient's trip to South Korea may help change that country's views on such meetings.
"Because I knew you, I have been changed for good."
Stephen Schwartz, “Wicked”
Abby Rossow was just 21 when she learned she would need a kidney transplant. A friend was willing to donate but wasn't a perfect match for Abby, so the two were placed on Mayo's paired donation list.
Dr. Jon Ebbert and fellow researcher Alexandra Ward found a unique way to learn about the chemical makeup of vape solutions and determine if any are a safe alternative to smoking.
"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.
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