Nicole Jahns, and Emergency Department nurse at Mayo Clinic, got to see patient care at Mayo Clinic through a different lens when cystic fibrosis left her in need of a lung transplant. Now she’s back at work putting what she learned into practice.
After a slew of bad news, including being diagnosed with multiple myeloma and amyloidosis, Kendall Schwindt came to Mayo Clinic, where he found the right treatment plan to put him on the road to remission.
Lawyer Audrey Dean is still arguing cases, including some before the Canadian Supreme Court, thanks to a second opinion and treatment at Mayo Clinic that found the real cause of her failing eyesight, which was beginning to threaten her career.
It feels like someone is touching my scalp with an electric wire or prod. Like a "zap" and then it [...]
Hi all. New to site. I have been having a debilitating feeling of " sea sickness " for 3 months. Pretty much ruining every day for me. I have been to Ear Nose and Throat MD's, Opthamologists, and yesterday to a Neurologist. Brain MRI was normal. The neurologist said it [...]
I am 38 years old & have suffered an injury to my ilioinguinal/hypogastric nerves after a gynological surgery. My nerve [...]
An estimated 5.2 million Americans live with Alzheimer's. By 2025, the number of Americans with Alzheimer's is expected to grow to 7.1 million Americans. In 2013, the National Institute for Health dedicated $500 million to Alzheimer's research compared to $5.3 billion to cancer research. Do you think Alzheimer's research is [...]