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October 4, 2013

Mayo Clinic in the News Weekly Highlights

By Karl W Oestreich Karl W Oestreich

    October 4, 2013 Mayo Clinic in the News is a weekly highlights summary of major media coverage. If you would like to be added to the weekly distribution list, send a note to Emily Blahnik with this subject line: SUBSCRIBE to Mayo Clinic in the News. Thank you. Karl Oestreich, manager enterprise media […]

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Tags: ABC. Dr. Richard Besser, American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias, anorexia nervosa, Big Ben, Bob Nellis, Brian Kilen, bulimia nervosa, CGI, CGI Commitment to Action, Clinton Global Initiative, concussions, Dallas Morning News


June 21, 2012

Mayo Clinic in the News Weekly Highlights

By Mystery User

June 21, 2012 Mayo Clinic in the News is a weekly highlights summary of major media coverage. If you would like to be added to the weekly distribution list, send a note to Emily Blahnik with this subject line: SUBSCRIBE to Mayo Clinic in the News. Thank you. Karl Oestreich, manager enterprise media relations NY […]

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Tags: alzheimer's disease, American Society of Clinical Oncology, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, Chemotherapy, Chicago Tribune, Dr. James A. Levine, Dr. John Black, Dr. John Noseworthy, Esther H. Krych, Florida Times-Union, ginseng, government funding


February 23, 2012

Catholic medical mergers raise dilemmas

By Mystery User

As Roman Catholic leaders and government officials clash over the proper role of religion and reproductive health, shifts in health care economics are magnifying the tension…In Rochester, in 1986 Mayo Clinic merged with Saint Marys Hospital, previously owned by the Sisters of St. Francis, and with Methodist Hospital in Rochester. Saint Marys has maintained its […]

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Tags: government officials, Methodist Hospital, proper role of religion and reproductive health, Roman Catholic leaders, Saint Marys Hospital, shifts in health care economics, Sisters of St. Francis


February 23, 2012

Keeping the Legend Alive

By Mystery User

At first glance, Le Sueur, Minn., might seem like an unlikely new home for United States Federal Aviation Administration type certificates H-1, 2H1 and 2H3, which for 50 years hung on the wall of the Bell Helicopter factory in Hurst, Texas. Yet, this tiny, largely farming-oriented community, located some 50 miles (80 kilometers) southwest of […]

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Tags: Bell Helicopter factory, Dr. William Mayo, Hurst Texas, Jolly Green Giant, Le Sueur Minnesota, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, type certificate 2H1, type certificate 2H3, type certificate H-1, United States Federal Aviation Administration


February 15, 2012

ARMSTRONG: Obamacare grants doctors liberty to withhold care

By Mystery User

If you haven’t noticed it yet, you soon will. The Obama administration has launch-ed a full-court press to sell the president’s “signature” achievement, Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act, to the American public as well as to the 800,000 American physicians it directly impacts. As one of those doctors, it was no surprise when an […]

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Tags: Affordable care act, Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Charlie and Dr. Will Mayo, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Dr. George Crile, Journal of the American Medical Association, Obama administration, obamacare


February 14, 2012

Turning points in Arizona’s economy

By Mystery User

Arizona could not have survived its first century without millions of people innovating, working, growing, manufacturing, building, buying and selling… 1987: Mayo Clinic comes to Scottsdale. Arizona Republic, by Betty Beard, 02/13/2012

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Tags: Arizona's economy, Mayo Clinic comes to Scottsdales


February 1, 2012

Five Facts about Earl Wood

By Mystery User

Story on Earl Wood. Talks about his and Mayo’s contributions to World War II. Rochester Magazine, 01/31/2012

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Tags: Earl Wood, World War II


January 23, 2012

Medical Tourism: Promise or Peril?

By Mystery User

Privileged classes of people and sometimes common people with difficult medical problems have always traveled to undergo treatment outside their home country. Nineteenth-century centers of medicine in Europe attracted patients from colonies in Africa and the Far and Middle East. In the 20th century, the growing fame and prestige of specialized centers such as the […]

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January 20, 2012

Remembrance: A neighbor, friend passes away after celebrating 100 years

By Mystery User

Friends and family encouraged him — to the 100-year mark. Finally, Dec. 27, Dr. Fred Helmholz made it. And he was strong for those three final birthday parties with dozens of invited guests from near and far…He loved lectures on outer space and how the world works. And Fred was an authority on Mayo Clinic […]

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January 20, 2012

Drawing little attention, London doctor’s legacy amazes

By Mystery User

There are probably few who haven’t heard of the famous Mayo Clinic in the United States. Ironically, there are probably equally very few who realize that the man named most responsible for establishing the research tradition at the famous clinic in Rochester, Minn., was a London-born graduate of the University of Western Ontario’s medical school…Leonard […]

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