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August 4, 2016

Centenarian Grateful for Lifesaving Care — and All of the ‘Goodies’ That Come His Way

By In the Loop In the Loop

A while back we told you about retired United States Air Force Brig. Gen. Henry Newcomer, who celebrated his 100th birthday (with a little help from his care team). The next day, we received a letter from another centenarian, Dick Mohler. He wrote to us about the lifesaving care he’d received at Mayo Clinic back […]

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Tags: bladder cancer, Centenarian, Longevity, Urostomy


January 14, 2014

Watercolor memories

By Elizabeth Harty, Sr Communications Specialist Elizabeth Harty, Sr Communications Specialist

Steve  Turchan, a Neenah, Wis., psychiatrist, considers himself a lucky man, with a good life, a great family and career, and faith. Any health issues he’s experienced, he says, are just ‘bumps in the road of life.’ That said, he’s had quite the bump-filled journey. According to a story in the Post-Crescent newspaper, the last 28 years of Turchan’s […]

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Tags: bladder cancer, eye cancer, heart transplant, Hodgkin's disease, ICU, prostate cancer


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