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Gracias por su comentario y lo sentimos mucho que su hermana padece de leucemia. Parece que ella esta recibiendo un cuidado medico muy atento en Barcelona pero entendemos que ustedes desean investigar todos los tratamientos posibles. Por ahora no tenemos una sede en Europa únicamente en Arizona, Florida, y Minnesota. El siguiente enlace le dará mas información sobre las investigaciones clínicas en Europa https://www.clinicaltrialsregister.eu/ctr-search/search y este enlace explica mas sobre la viroterapia y la mieloma multiple http://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/discussion/mayo-clinic-primera-en-demostrar-que-viroterapia-es-esperanzadora-en-mieloma-multiple. También Mayo Clinic tiene muy buena información en ingles sobre otros recursos http://www.lls.org/diseaseinformation/getinformationsupport/ y http://www.cancercare.org/diagnosis/leukemia?diagnosis=leukemia.
Thanks for posting your concerns. Did you speak with one of the Mayo patient financial representatives at 480-301-7033? They may be able to suggest another option for you. Here's a link to more information on Mayo's charity care program http://www.mayoclinic.org/billing-rst/charity.html.
Jordan Mills continues to share his story battling his second brain tumor diagnosed in the fall of 2011 at Mayo Clinic. He explains how his hope, faith and family keeps him strong as he undergoes more chemotherapy treatment. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWKSlWLYLq4
Jordan Mills shares his incredible journey fighting not one, but two brain tumors. In this video, he explains the diagnosis and treatment provided at Mayo Clinic for a brain stem glioma. Jordan's story continues in Part II where he gives us insight into how he coped with his second brain tumor diagnosis and how he has succesfully overcome his illness. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsW1JEC73Vw
Dr. Lois Krahn, sleep specialist at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, is conducting a brief survey to find out the consequences of taking sleeping pills during airline flights. We're hoping to gather enough data to determine how best to reduce the risk of in-flight incidents related to sleeping pills. Please take a few moments to complete our survey, thanks! https://redcap1.mayo.edu/surveys/index.php?hash=6c4b761a28b734fe93831e3fb400ce87
Here's a link with more information about the two day Mayo Clinic Symposium on January 14th and 15th, 2012 for patients who have cancer or have conquered cancer http://www.mayoclinic.org/arizona/living-with-cancer.html. It will be held at the Westin Kierland in Scottsdale, AZ. There will be break out sessions on the 14th to offer an opportunity for patients to gather and discuss specific types of cancer and treatments.
The Living with Cancer symposium, January 14th - 15th in Phoenix, AZ, provides a great opportunity for patients and their family members that have been cured or are currently fighting cancer to hear from health care experts discuss diagnosis, treatment and the unmet needs of patients. Disease specific breakout sessions include: breast, prostate, lung, colorectal, and blood cancers. Over thirty physicians and other health care providers will be on hand to lead presentations and answer your questions. For more information, please call Mayo Clinic at 480-342-3490 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.