Paula Quinn didn’t know if she would ever ride horses again after treatment for her aggressive cancer damaged her heart and eventually caused her to require a transplant. But beautiful, magnificent creatures were an irresistible draw.
Black people in America are about twice as likely to get Alzheimer's disease and other memory loss disorders. To better understand why, Floyd B. Willis, M.D., is helping the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer's Disease Research Center recruit participants into research studies.
“Mayo Clinic is a special place — it’s the cohesiveness, competency and compassion shown by the doctors and staff and the immediate follow-up. The level of care is just so different, and it’s a pleasure to be on campus. All in all, it’s just such a fantastic organization. We believe in giving back, and it gives us such joy to give to Mayo.”
In June 2017, Loral and Jane Blinde set out for their annual visit to Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Like every year for more than a decade, they traveled from their Orlando home the night before.
Ann Arneson describes her journey to Mayo Clinic as “divine design.” Ann — a retired teacher, a leader in her church and ministry, mother, grandmother, and line dance enthusiast — is Mayo Clinic’s first bone marrow transplant patient to recover at home thanks to the new advanced care at home program.
Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development offers accredited educational opportunities for medical professionals to enhance their practice.
Expansion taking place at Mayo Clinic will help more patients.
“In deep appreciation for the skilled medical care received over the past 22 years from Mayo Clinic doctors and nurses, we are delighted to share financial resources from the many bountiful blessings granted to us by our Heavenly Father and great physicians.”
The Reibel family has relied on Mayo Clinic for more than 25 years.
Florida medical resident rolls out a blueprint to new 3D surgical training models.