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ROCHESTER, Minn. — October 22, 2012. Imagine reprogramming skin and blood cells to heal an injured organ. Or, consider the potential benefits of all patients knowing their personal genomes and being able to customize health care to their particular genes.
These types of health care improvements are the ideal end products of translational research. The October issue of Mayo Clinic Health Letter includes a Special Report on translational research and how it is leading to breakthrough treatments.
Mayo Clinic is a leader in translational research, which can be broadly described as a research cycle. First, a problem is observed in the health care system. Researchers study the problem. Then, they retool discoveries into solutions that benefit patients.
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