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Dad Couldn't Make It to Graduation, so Mayo's IT Team Brought Graduation to Him

June 26, 2018

Dad Couldn’t Make It to Graduation, so Mayo’s IT Team Brought Graduation to Him

By In the Loop intheloop

Dan Anderson had planned to make it to his son Knowlton’s graduation ceremony despite a recent surgery. When complications arose, a Mayo staffer stepped in to give Dan the next best thing.

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Tags: colon cancer, Mayo Clinic in Florida, Media Support Services, Ron Porter


February 19, 2015

More Than a ‘Twinge of Pain’

By In the Loop intheloop

At first, Kelly Barnard just thought she had a bad stomach ache. She’d felt “little twinges of pain” in her stomach before, she tells the Duluth Tribune, but it was nothing like the pain she’d felt just four days before Valentine’s Day 2013. “It was horrendous,” she tells the paper. “I couldn’t walk. I couldn’t […]

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Tags: colon cancer, Dr. Robert Cima


July 15, 2014

A Survivor’s Story

By In the Loop intheloop

Black Friday took on new meaning for Jay Johnson of Owatonna, Minnesota, after what was supposed to be a routine colonoscopy in November 2012. “My wife, Wendy, went in with me, and I felt good,” he tells the Owatonna People’s Press of his visit to Mayo Clinic Health System in Owatonna. “We had no concerns […]

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Tags: Cancer, colon cancer, colonoscopy, Mayo Clinic Health System, Owatonna


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