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A Dance to Celebrate Beating the Odds

August 29, 2017

A Dance to Celebrate Beating the Odds

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Sometimes a patient’s story is so moving that it’s impossible not to be affected. Dr. Jonathan Morris explains why a moment he witnessed at a fundraising event is one he’ll never forget.

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Tags: Cancer, Dr. Jonathan Morris, Dr. Nadia Laack, Germ cell tumor, Mayo Clinic Children's Center, Neuroradiology, Proton Beam Therapy


July 31, 2014

In-Flight Revelations

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Torrey Laack, M.D., has a story he likes to tell friends and medical students about his experience during an in-flight emergency. It’s actually more about what it means to be an emergency physician and how they and other specialists complement one another (and perhaps unintentionally compliment one another) than it is about dealing with an […]

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Tags: Dr. Nadia Laack, Dr. Torrey Laack, emergency medicine


June 3, 2014

A journey through brain cancer

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For the first 29 years of his life, Mark Chrudimsky hardly had a care in the world. Then, on Valentine’s Day in 2004, he suffered a seizure that a CT scan later revealed had been caused by a tumor “the size of a fist” hidden on the left frontal lobe of his brain. Mark spent […]

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Tags: Brain Tumor, Dr. Nadia Laack, neurosurgery, Radiation Oncology


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