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'This is How You Do It' -- Internet Entrepreneur Jason Hirschhorn Writes About His Mayo Experience

March 26, 2019

‘This is How You Do It’ — Internet Entrepreneur Jason Hirschhorn Writes About His Mayo Experience

By In the Loop In the Loop

Jason Hirschhorn was “intrigued” by what he had heard about Mayo Clinic from a friend, who happens to be a member of the Board of Trustees. So he decided to check it out for himself.

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Tags: cardiology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Mayo Clinic Model of Care, Ophthalmology, Otorhinolarngology, Psychiatry


November 1, 2016

Hope That She Will No Longer Have to Hide From the Sun

By In the Loop In the Loop

Monica Fleegel was an infant when her parents realized she was “allergic” to the sun. At least that’s what they were told was causing the severe reactions she had after being in the sun for even a few minutes. Doctors diagnosed “sun allergies,” and Monica spent most of her time indoors. At home, that meant […]

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Tags: Dermatology, Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea, Monica Fleegel


August 9, 2016

‘Coming to Work for Mayo Clinic Saved My Life’

By In the Loop In the Loop

Although Kristin Alcott grew up in Rochester, Minnesota, she never really envisioned herself working for Mayo Clinic. “Being around Mayo all the time as a kid, I always wondered what else was out there in the world,” she tells us. In 2010, however, Kristin found herself accepting a position as a clinical assistant in the […]

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Tags: Dermatology, Dr. Robert Shannon, Florida Campus, Melanoma


October 13, 2015

This Is so Rare, I’ve Only Seen It Three or Four Times

By In the Loop In the Loop

One of the last things you want a physician to say in response to a peculiar, worrisome health problem is: “That’s weird.” But that’s the response 45-year-old Todd Ennen tells the Rapid City Journal he got when he went to see a doctor after “strange bumps and bruises” began appearing on his body. “It’s hard […]

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Tags: Dermatology, Dr Michae J. Camilleri


April 17, 2014

Graham’s gift

By Elizabeth Harty Elizabeth Harty

Leave it to Facebook to turn a simple way to pass time between appointments into a viral effort to raise funds for pediatric cancer research. As NBC’s TODAY show reports, 10-year-old Graham Fowler, who was diagnosed last April with a rare form of skin cancer, began making bracelets as a way to pass time during treatments […]

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Tags: Dermatology, Dr. Mehgha Tollefson, Facebook, Graham Trocke-Fowler, Melanoma, TODAY Show


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