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Giant Inflatable Lung Breathes New Life Into Cancer Education Efforts

October 26, 2017

Giant Inflatable Lung Breathes New Life Into Cancer Education Efforts

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The lung cancer awareness event “O₂ and You” on Nov. 2 in Rochester will feature a variety of speakers, displays and exhibits, including a giant, inflatable lung.

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Tags: Cancer Education Center, Lung Cancer


March 19, 2015

What Do Surviving a Tsunami and Surviving Cancer Have in Common?

By In the Loop In the Loop

When we think about recovering from a serious illness, we tend to think about things like rest and recuperation, medication regimens, dietary changes, support from family and friends. We might not think about embroidery. Or button-making. Or making embroidered buttons. But a unique class offered this week at Mayo’s Stephen and Barbara Slaggie Family Cancer […]

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Tags: Cancer Education Center, Resilience


October 9, 2014

Improvising Their Way to Becoming Better Colleagues and Caregivers

By In the Loop In the Loop

Johanna Rian walked into the classroom at the Mayo Clinic Cancer Education Center with a plan in place for a course on narrative healing. But as she began laying out the course materials, that plan was blown out of the water. “I went in with a plan, which was to start with a piece of poetry,” […]

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Tags: Cancer Education Center, Center for Humanities in Medicine, Gene Dankbar, Johanna Rian


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