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Posts (11)

Feb 23, 2017 · burning mouth syndrome very severe in Skin Health

I have seen an oral dermatologist at one point at Mayo but cannot remember her name. I dont think I had burning, but everything tasted funny like metal. Good luck with treatment.

Feb 23, 2017 · Meet Andy: Mayo Clinic’s First Face Transplant Patient in Transplant

What an amazing story!! Both for the patient and for all the surgeons that collaborated to make this miracle happen for him. Top notch care at Mayo Clinic!!

Jan 9, 2017 · It's been too long,but surely here and finally on the waiting list in Transplants

Bless you for sharing your story. I can not even begin to imagine waht you are going through or have been through at such a young age, but I will tell you that you are in great hands. I have had many procedures and surgeries at Mayo in Rochester and always knew that I would be well taken care of, and treated with the utmost respect. I have a lot of respect for every person I have come in contact with there and trust them with my life. Good luck to you in your journey. You are in my thoughts and prayers, Amen..


Oct 13, 2016 · Digestive problems two years after successful colon cancer surgery.... in Colorectal Cancer

I also have no colon and i do find that inactivity causes different bowel habits and rough digestion also. I need to be up and active in order to have any type of control or consistency.

Oct 5, 2016 · Mayo Scottsdale Gastro experience? in Digestive Health

motility specialist, for one thing, which is one area that she helped me very much in. Very smart and knows her stuff

Oct 4, 2016 · Mayo Scottsdale Gastro experience? in Digestive Health

Sure it is Dr. Jean Fox in Rochester. I just love her.

Oct 3, 2016 · Mayo Scottsdale Gastro experience? in Digestive Health

Glad to hear you had good results. I too saw a gastro specialist in Rochester and can say she really knows her stuff!!!

Aug 20, 2016 · All new too Liver and pancreatic Cancer in Caregivers

I can also relate to the pain I watched both my parents take there last breathe. I work in the hospital so everything came down to me and I had 2 young kids at home also. The best thing you can do is make sure his will and everything is in order the way he would like it distributed. Take some time for yourself to pray if you believe in that, and then just be there for him and let him know you are there. In order to take care of him at all you have to take care of yourself. Good luck in your journey and I pray for you and your family. Peace to you