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It was wonderful! I kept thinking, "I've been there, I've seen that," (Thanks to the tour we took in June). I really enjoyed the story of the humble beginnings and about the Mayo brothers and their father. A whole family dedicated to medicine! Incredible, PBS usually does reruns of their specials so I'm looking forward to seeing it again and again. I saw that Amazon Prime will have it "On Demand" so I might break down and sign up for Amazon Prime as well.

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@hopeful33250 I completely forgot about it but did like the trailor I will keep checking PBS to see reruns as I know they do put them back on . The trailor was informative wish I hadn't forgot it Sr. moment !

You have got it right, Teresa! Mayo Clinic has a way of becoming part of you. Either as patient or visitor.
Interesting note – A girlfriend told me how much she and her husband enjoyed watching and learning the history. Then she told me that she recognized some of the places from my descriptions when I was there 9 years ago for my transplant!

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