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“When I designed the format, I tried to figure out what the public wanted and how we, as medical professionals, could help. I believe the public has an almost insatiable desire for medical news and information, and it’s important to provide the appropriate context and perspective, so listeners can make sense of it.” says Dr. Shives.Co-host Tracy McCray is a 25-year radio veteran, and together they interview Mayo Clinic physicians and researchers every week. McCray brings the layperson’s perspective, helping the audience understand these subjects. “I’m not a medical professional, but I like to ask questions. I learn something each week from Dr. Shives and our guests. Hopefully, the listeners feel that way, too,” says McCray.Experts provide perspectives on important topics, such as cancer, heart health, transplant, neuroscience, research and healthy living. Mayo Clinic Radio is broadcast weekly on nearly 100 stations in the U.S. and Canada, and is easily accessible for consumers through social media and mobile platforms.
Radio stations interested in carrying this free medical program can contact the Mayo Clinic News Network at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more: Mayo Clinic Radio Celebrates 25 Years on Air.Journalists are invited to attend an anniversary congratulatory event on Thursday, June 16, at 5:15 p.m. MEDIA CONTACT: Jen O’Hara, Mayo Clinic Public Affairs, 507-284-5005, email@example.com