Mayo Clinic in Florida

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[...]

By In the Loop • June 26, 2018

Researchers at Mayo Clinic and the University of North Florida are getting a never-before-seen look at the behaviors of cancer cells thanks to new technology[...]

By In the Loop • June 26, 2018

Thanks to the immediate care she received at Mayo Clinic, 42-year-old Urvashi Patel is living proof that a stroke can happen to anyone at any[...]

By In the Loop • May 10, 2018

For months, Kelly Burke hadn't been able to find what was causing the persistent pain in his neck. But then he came to Mayo Clinic,[...]

By In the Loop • April 19, 2018

When she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, Yadira Zepeda learned she likely had just months to live. That was almost 30 years ago. Today, the[...]

By In the Loop • April 5, 2018

Every year approximately 50,000 Americans die from colorectal cancer. A month-long Mayo Clinic social media campaign aims to change that. For those of us in[...]

By In the Loop • March 20, 2018

Murphy Stidham thought she was simply walking into her regular weekly appointment at Mayo Clinic’s Ambulatory Infusion Center in Florida. Instead, she walked into a[...]

By In the Loop • February 15, 2018

Over a decade ago, Shirley Brill was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a progressive lung disease that was taking her breath away. An organ donor’s[...]

By In the Loop • February 13, 2018

One of the most devastating side effects of breast cancer treatment for many women is losing their hair. A new treatment called cold cap therapy[...]

By In the Loop • January 16, 2018

When Mayo received a virtual dissection table for its Simulation Center in Florida years ago, IT technical specialist Conrad Dove thought it would be an[...]

By In the Loop • January 11, 2018