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March 1, 2021

Wall of Heroes honors organ donors, has special connection to family of retired nurse

By In the Loop In the Loop (@intheloop)

A new Wall of Heroes on the Saint Marys Campus recognizes blood, organ, eye, tissue and whole-body donations. The wall is also an extra-special honor for the family of Chris Kopp, a former Mayo Clinic nurse. Chris Kopp has fond memories of her sister, Gail Paulson. “She was a remarkable person. Her smile and contagious […]

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Tags: transplant, Wall of Heroes

April 30, 2019

Cy’s Place: After Tragedy, Couple Opens Home to Families of Pediatric Patients

By In the Loop In the Loop (@intheloop)

Randy and Ree Erickson lost their son Silas to cancer in 2007, but his memory lives on in the way they live their lives: supporting families of children facing significant medical challenges.

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Tags: Cy's Place, Dr Jonathan Johnson, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Neuroblastoma, pediatrics, transplant

May 5, 2015

A Thousand Lives Saved – Celebrating a Transplant Milestone

By In the Loop In the Loop (@intheloop)

Colleagues surprised Charles Rosen, M.D., with a celebration recognizing his 1000th liver transplant, including some lighthearted gifts in line with the theme. In true Mayo fashion, he was quick to turn the attention to the team and the donors. 

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Tags: Dr. Brooks Edwards, Dr. Charles Rosen, Dr. Julie Heimbach, liver transplant, transplant

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