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March 5, 2020 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Transplant Patient Travels to South Korea to Help Spread the Magic of Organ Donation

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Many countries outside the U.S. don’t allow organ recipients and donor families to meet, but a Mayo patient’s trip to South Korea may help change that country’s views on such meetings.

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Tags: Bev Hansen, dialysis, Kidney transplant, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Pancreas transplant, Type 1 diabetes


February 28, 2019 · Leave a Comment

Stroll Through Race Expo Takes Marathon Runner Down Life-changing Path

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Until last year, Robert Taylor hadn’t considered being a living organ donor. But then a booth at a race expo caught his eye, leading to a new kidney for Lynn McCurdy and a new friendship for both.

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Tags: 26.2 With Donna, Living Donor Transplant, organ-donation chain, Type 1 diabetes


September 18, 2018 · Leave a Comment

Lab Director Dad Will Run to Raise Funds for Diabetes Research

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When Mayo Clinic scientists Jonathan and Paula Hoyne learned their 7-year-old son had type 1 diabetes, they began learning anything they could about the disease, including how they could help others.

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Tags: artificial pancreas, Dr. Jonathan Hoyne, Mayo Clinic in Florida, Type 1 diabetes


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