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    Mayo Clinic launches ‘Tomorrow’s Cure’ podcast to spotlight medical innovations transforming healthcare

The free podcast, hosted by Cathy Wurzer, features visionaries from across the field of medicine

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Mayo Clinic is launching "Tomorrow's Cure," a new podcast that will highlight medical innovations transforming healthcare and feature the visionaries who make them possible.

"Tomorrow's Cure" is brought to listeners in collaboration with PRX, a Pulitzer and Peabody Award-winning public media organization and one of the world's top podcast distributors.

Key Details:

Release date: "Tomorrow's Cure" debuts on June 26.

Frequency: New episodes will be released weekly on Wednesdays.

Seasons: The first season comprises eight episodes, with seasons two and three set to resume in early 2025.

How to listen: The podcast is free on all significant on-demand audio platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Amazon Music. Episodes will also feature a video component, which can be viewed on Mayo Clinic's YouTube channel.

"This is an exciting new initiative for Mayo Clinic," says Molly Biwer, chair of Brand Strategy, Mayo Clinic. "'Tomorrow's Cure' will explore the cutting-edge research, technology and breakthroughs that are revolutionizing the future of medicine. We are excited to showcase the physicians, clinicians, researchers and thought leaders driving these transformative advancements."

"Mayo Clinic is the trusted resource on what impacts us all: our health," says Jason Saldanha, chief operating officer at PRX. "We're proud to collaborate with the team to help bring listeners everywhere their expertise, innovation and commitment to opening the possibilities of medicine."

The show is hosted by Cathy Wurzer, a renowned broadcaster, journalist and author known for her work on Minnesota Public Radio's Morning Edition and Twin Cities PBS. Wurzer will conduct in-depth interviews with experts from Mayo Clinic and industry leaders. The episodes will emphasize the importance of collaboration in driving innovation and inspiring possibilities. Through her engaging storytelling, Cathy will distill complex topics into meaningful lessons and takeaways.

"Tomorrow's Cure" will cover various topics such as 3D printing models, artificial intelligence, mixed reality and personalized medicine. Guests will include Jonathan Morris, M.D., radiologist, Mayo Clinic; Beth Ripley, M.D., Ph.D., deputy chief, Office of Healthcare Innovation and Learning, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Konstantinos Lazaridis, M.D., gastroenterologist and Carlson and Nelson Endowed Executive Director, Center for Individualized Medicine, Mayo Clinic; Gary Miller, Ph.D., vice dean of Research Strategy and Innovation, director of the Exposomics Laboratory and Core, Columbia Mailman School of Public Health; and more.

To learn more and to see the complete list of episode topics and featured experts, visit tomorrowscure.com.


About Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit organization committed to innovation in clinical practice, education and research, and providing compassion, expertise and answers to everyone who needs healing. Visit the Mayo Clinic News Network for additional Mayo Clinic news.

About PRX
Celebrating more than 20 years as a nonprofit public media company, PRX works in partnership with leading independent creators, organizations, and stations to bring meaningful audio storytelling into millions of listeners' lives. PRX is one of the world's top podcast publishers, public radio distributors, and audio producers, serving as an engine of innovation for public media and podcasting to help shape a vibrant future for creative and journalistic audio. Shows across PRX's portfolio of broadcast productions, podcast partners, and its Radiotopia podcast network have received recognition from the Peabody Awards, the Tribeca Festival, the International Documentary Association, and more, including in 2022 when Futuro Media and PRX won a Pulitzer Prize. Visit PRX.org for more.

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