As an oncologist, Dr. Evanthia Galanis, sees the anguish cancer can bring to families, including her own. Her philosophy in her lab and practice [...]
Penny George, Psy.D., learned from a young age the role that care and comfort play in health care. Her father, Dr. Robert Pilgram, a general [...]
Chuck Boetsch inhaled, drawing his breath in deeply for the first time in a long time.
“My wife and two of my daughters were in my [...]
Former Mayo Clinic administrator Robert W. Fleming had a firsthand role in creating the golden example of teamwork as chair of the U.S. Olympic Hockey Committee.
Blueprints take shape through ingenuity and time at the drafting table. At Mayo Clinic, new draft designs can guide physician-scientists toward milestones in the field [...]
The United Nations called the killing of 300,000 people and the displacement of 3 million more one of the worst humanitarian crises ever when Darfur, [...]
Today, about 60,000 Americans have had their larynx removed due to disease or trauma. These people are missing out on many of life's little pleasures [...]
One hundred years ago Mayo Clinic was transformed from a private partnership into a not-for-profit medical center through philanthropy.
On Oct. 8, 1919, Dr. William J. Mayo [...]
When searching for an exact diagnosis through a myriad of complex and serious factors spread across millions of data points, it helps to have a [...]