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60-Some Years Later, Cancer Patient Still Holds Mayo (and Her Surgeon) Near Her Heart

November 2, 2017

60-Some Years Later, Cancer Patient Still Holds Mayo (and Her Surgeon) Near Her Heart

By In the Loop In the Loop

Constance Furcolo hasn’t been a patient at Mayo Clinic since the 1950s, but that experience changed her health and her life. She’s been a Mayo Clinic fan and supporter ever since.

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Tags: Cancer, Development, Wellness


June 11, 2015

A Birthday Celebration that Felt Right at Home

By In the Loop In the Loop

About 150 staff and retirees of Mayo Clinic lined up out the door of Kinne Auditorium on the Florida campus on May 20. They were there to wish a happy 98th birthday to a friend, advocate and supporter of Mayo Clinic (and the person the auditorium is named for) — Frances Bartlett Kinne, Ph.D. During […]

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Tags: Development, Francis Bartlett Kinne, Mayo Clinic in Florida


August 19, 2014

Take the Mayo Clinic Heritage Quiz

By In the Loop In the Loop

You’ve probably noticed a certain fundraising movement happening right now that involves individuals dumping buckets of ice water on themselves or making a donation for ALS research (or, preferably, both). It’s been pretty successful. But what if we told you about a way you could help fund Mayo Clinic Research and stay perfectly dry? All […]

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Tags: Development, Sesquicentennial


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