Breast Cancer

When NBC News correspondent Kristen Dahlgren came to Mayo Clinic to report on a new study, she thought it was just another routine assignment. Three years later, she credits it with saving her life.

By In the Loop • January 14, 2020

Lisa Kosak and Jan Chnupa met by chance on Mayo Clinic's Florida campus, but the two became fast friends and now offer each other support as they face chronic health conditions.

By In the Loop • October 22, 2019

Mayo Clinic's Sailing to Hope Survivorship breakfast gives breast cancer patients and survivors the opportunity to connect, heal, and look to the future. When Vernice[...]

By In the Loop • October 15, 2019

Jean Hastings had always wanted to be a part of a flash mob, and finishing chemotherapy at Mayo Clinic seemed like just the right time[...]

By In the Loop • August 29, 2019

Lindsay Stromback and Melanie Peterson met as colleagues but quickly became friends. That friendship became an invaluable support system when they were diagnosed with breast[...]

By In the Loop • March 21, 2019

Mayo researcher Keith Knutson, Ph.D., is working with colleagues on several vaccines that could not only prevent cancer from recurring, but perhaps keep it from[...]

By In the Loop • November 1, 2018

Marianne Huebner was relatively new to weightlifting when a biopsy revealed she had breast cancer. But with the help of her care team, she was[...]

By In the Loop • September 27, 2018

A Jacksonville-based dragon boat racing team made up of breast cancer survivors does most of its paddling locally, but a recent event gave the Mammoglams[...]

By In the Loop • July 17, 2018

Cat Thisius is used to simulating patient ailments and complaints. That art form, however, quickly turned to real life after Cat was diagnosed with breast[...]

By In the Loop • June 28, 2018

Debbie Koenig first tried dragon boating as part of a wellness overhaul, but it didn't take long for her to become a regular. This year,[...]

By In the Loop • April 19, 2018