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Skip Sturtz is a Cheerful Giver, Donating a Kidney to a Stranger

August 13, 2019

Skip Sturtz is a Cheerful Giver, Donating a Kidney to a Stranger

By In the Loop intheloop

Not long into his retirement, Skip Sturtz felt a stirring to do something life-changing for someone else. He reached out to Mayo Clinic and began the process of becoming an altruistic donor.

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Tags: Dr. Tom Shives, kidney donation, Mayo Clinic Radio, nondirected living donor, Tracy McCray


From Colleagues to Friends to Breast Cancer Survivors

March 21, 2019

From Colleagues to Friends to Breast Cancer Survivors

By In the Loop intheloop

Lindsay Stromback and Melanie Peterson met as colleagues but quickly became friends. That friendship became an invaluable support system when they were diagnosed with breast cancer just months apart from each other.

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Tags: Breast Cancer, Dr. Jacob Strand, Lindsay Stromback, Mayo Clinic Radio, Melanie Peterson, Tracy McCray


New Physical Activity Guidelines to Get You Moving and Pump You Up

January 8, 2019

New Physical Activity Guidelines to Get You Moving and Pump You Up

By In the Loop intheloop

If you’re starting 2019 with fitness goals in mind, new national guidelines on physical activity should be encouraging, since research shows that every minute of movement matters.

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Tags: Dr. Michael Joyner, Mayo Clinic Minute, Mayo Clinic Radio, physical activity guidelines


Back-to-School Readiness Means More Than Pencils and Paper

August 28, 2018

Back-to-School Readiness Means More Than Pencils and Paper

By In the Loop intheloop

Family Medicine specialist Elizabeth Cozine, M.D., recently stopped by the Mayo Clinic Radio set to share how parents can set their kids up for success this school year.

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Tags: Dr. Elizabeth Cozine, Dr. Tom Shives, Family Medicine, HPV, Mayo Clinic Radio


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