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Of Mice and Myeloma: Researchers Unlock Promising New Model in Fight Against Cancer

May 30, 2019

Of Mice and Myeloma: Researchers Unlock Promising New Model in Fight Against Cancer

By In the Loop intheloop

Researchers can now more accurately predict which multiple myeloma treatments are likely to work in humans after a scientific breakthrough on Mayo Clinic’s Arizona campus.

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Tags: Discovery's Edge, Dr. Leif Bergsagel, Dr. Marta Chesi, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, multiple myeloma


Former Mayo Patient 'Breaking Bread' From Coast to Coast In the Name of Helping Others

May 21, 2019

Former Mayo Patient ‘Breaking Bread’ From Coast to Coast In the Name of Helping Others

By In the Loop intheloop

Despite having a leg amputated as a result of an injury in Afghanistan, Army Special Forces member Jarrid Collins is determined to live life on his own terms, which means connecting with and serving others.

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Tags: Amputation, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, surgery


Doctor Becomes Dancer to Raise Funds for Patients

April 23, 2019

Doctor Becomes Dancer to Raise Funds for Patients

By In the Loop intheloop

By day, Dr. Harini Chakkera is a transplant nephrologist and chair of the Division of Nephrology at Mayo Clinic’s Arizona campus. But by night — for one night and a good cause, at least — she was a dancer.

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Tags: Dancing with the Stars Arizona, Division of Nephrology, Dr. Harini Chakkera, Mayo Clinic in Arizona


'Heart Sisters' Turn Tragedy Into Triumph at Mayo Clinic

February 19, 2019

‘Heart Sisters’ Turn Tragedy Into Triumph at Mayo Clinic

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When transplant cardiologist Lisa LeMond, M.D., introduced two of her patients to each other, she knew they had a lot in common. What she couldn’t have known is how meaningful their friendship would become.

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Tags: dilated cardiomyopathy, Dr. Lisa LeMond, Heart Disease, heart transplant, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Mayo Clinic Transplant Center, restrictive cardiomyopathy


Reaching the Peak After Month of Service in Nepal

February 5, 2019

Reaching the Peak After Month of Service in Nepal

By In the Loop intheloop

Mayo Clinic resident Christopher Czaplicki, M.D., won’t soon forget his time in Nepal, a trip that combined two of his loves: service and climbing.

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Tags: Dr. Christopher Czaplicki, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Mayo International Health Program, Radiology


Learning Mindfulness Helps Medical Students -- and Their Future Patients

November 13, 2018

Learning Mindfulness Helps Medical Students — and Their Future Patients

By In the Loop intheloop

Medical students from Mayo Clinic in Arizona attended a four-day course outside of their usual curriculum that was created to help them cope with the challenges of being a student and a care provider.

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Tags: Arizona State University, Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Mindfulness


Corn Palace Goes Red for Kadie

November 6, 2018

Corn Palace Goes Red for Kadie

By In the Loop intheloop

Although Kadie Neuharth was 1,400 miles away, the Corn Palace in her hometown of Mitchell, South Dakota, glowed red as a sign of love for Kadie as she received a heart transplant.

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Tags: Dr. Brooks Edwards, heart transplant, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Mayo Clinic Transplant Center


Mayo Resident to Combine Caring and Climbing in Nepal

October 18, 2018

Mayo Resident to Combine Caring and Climbing in Nepal

By In the Loop intheloop

Christopher Czaplicki, M.D., is passionate about his work as a physician and his favorite pastime: climbing mountains. He’ll soon have a chance to do both in Nepal, thanks to a travel grant for Mayo residents and fellows.

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Tags: Dr. Christopher Czaplicki, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Mayo International Health Program


Mayo Gastroenterologist's Not-So-Secret Hollywood Life

October 16, 2018

Mayo Gastroenterologist’s Not-So-Secret Hollywood Life

By In the Loop intheloop

If you pay close attention, you may get a glimpse of Mayo Clinic’s David Fleischer, M.D., in the blockbuster movie “Venom,” thanks to his close relationship with the director: his son Ruben.

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Tags: Dr. David Fleischer, Gastroenterology, Mayo Clinic in Arizona


Amid Cancer Battle, Husband and Wife Embark on the Hike of a Lifetime

October 11, 2018

Amid Cancer Battle, Husband and Wife Embark on the Hike of a Lifetime

By In the Loop intheloop

Connie Robinson was diagnosed with a slow-growing form of cancer in 2009 and sought treatment at Mayo Clinic’s Arizona campus, where her passion for hiking only grew.

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Tags: Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, Dr. Jose Leis, Mayo Clinic in Arizona


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