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More Than a Voice: Opera Star Seeks Help and Healing

This is a story about determination, perfection and treating the whole person. Tenor David Lomeli [Dah-veed Low-meh-lee] is considered one of the best up-and-coming opera voices in the world, and when medical issues threatened to destroy his career, he came to Mayo Clinic for help and healing.  [TRT 5:02] Journalists: The [...]

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Tuesday Q & A: GERD a more severe form of acid reflux

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: How do I know if what I have is acid reflux or GERD? Are treatments the same for both? I have had what I would describe as heartburn for years and it’s getting worse as I age. ANSWER: Acid reflux happens when stomach acid flows back up [...]

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Mayo Clinic Provides New Treatment for Acid Reflux Disease

PHOENIX – Mayo Clinic is the only medical center in Arizona to provide a new treatment for select patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, commonly known as heartburn. The treatment involves a minimally invasive procedure where a small ring of magnetic beads is inserted around the end of a [...]

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Mayo Clinic Offers Newly Approved Treatment for Acid Reflux Disease

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Mayo Clinic in Florida will be one of the first health care institutions in the United States to offer a newly approved device to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). The condition, also known as acid reflux disease, can lead to serious health problems. VIDEO ALERT: Additional video [...]

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Acid Reflux Study

http://youtube.com/watch?v=e9_y9Ey6qvc A sore throat, chronic cough and bronchitis that just won't go away. Think you might have a lingering cold? Maybe. But doctors at Mayo Clinic say that, for some people, those symptoms might actually be caused by acid reflux.

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New Treatment for Barrett's Esophagus

Frequent heartburn can raise your risk of developing Barrett's esophagus which in rare cases can lead to esophageal cancer.  Doctors at Mayo Clinic have studied a new treatment for Barrett's that may significantly reduce your chances of developing esophageal cancer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sy0JiHMIhMk

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