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The Promise of Immunotherapy - Join the Wed. #CIMchat

Immunotherapy is a unique approach to cancer treatment that restores the immune system’s ability to detect and eliminate cancer cells. Mayo Clinic Cancer Center is collaborating with the American Association for Cancer Research and the Cancer Research Institute for a Twitter chat titled, “The Promise of Immunotherapy.”  Wednesday, June 18, 1-2 pm ET Moderated by [...]

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Veterans Day - Military Suicide Prevention Awareness #vetchat

VETERANS DAY TWITTER CHAT ON MILITARY SUICIDE PREVENTION Follow #vetchat Monday, Nov. 11, 1-2 p.m. ET Join @Mayo Clinic and @afspnational with moderator @Time’s @AliceParkNY and a variety of other mental health/ suicide prevention experts. Topics to discuss: Scope of the problem –  statistics/data Reasons why veterans today are at increased risk compared to previous military personnel [...]

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It's TIME for a #migrainechat

   DO YOU HAVE MIGRAINES OR KNOW SOMEONE WHO DOES?  Join @TIME's @AliceParkNY for a #migrainechat - Thursday Aug. 29th, 1 to 2 p.m. ET Mayo Clinic neurologist @daviddodick is participating, along with specialists from other medical institutions, the @AANPublic and the @ahsheadache.   Topics will include:   Long-term effects of migraines How [...]

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Join Twitter #heartchat TODAY at 12:30 p.m. EST

Did you know that almost 80 percent of heart disease is preventable? Following simple, daily tips can make us healthier. Please join experts from Mayo Clinic, the American Heart Association and WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease for an American Heart Month chat Feb. 13 at 12;30 p.m. [...]

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Simple Steps Can Reduce Risk of Heart Disease! (pkg.)

NOTE: Join #heartchat Wed. Feb. 13 @ 12:30 p.m. ET. Moderated by TIME magazine health reporter Alice Park w/ experts from MayoClinic, AHA and WomenHeart.  Click here for news release Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of men and women, and since February is American Heart Month, it's especially important to highlight [...]

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