Dec 2, 2019

Precision genomics may offer clues to unexplained low blood cell counts

By Colette Gallagher @colettegallagher
By Jay Furst Precision genomics has opened the door to identifying the drivers for cancer and other diseases. Its value as a diagnostic tool isn't limited to the underlying disease biology, however. It also can help diagnose and determine targeted therapies for patients with unexplained illnesses. Mrinal Patnaik, M.B.B.S., a Mayo Clinic [...]
Precision genomics may offer clues to unexplained low blood cell counts
Nov 28, 2019

For one patient, sharing her family medical history led to lifesaving care

By Sharon Rosen @sharonhrosen
When Stephanie Van Doren first visited Mayo Clinic’s campus in Florida, she was seeking care for digestive issues. But after hearing Van Doren’s family medical history and completing a clinical evaluation, gastroenterologist Timothy Woodward, M.D. recognized that she may also be at risk for a potentially fatal heart condition, aortic [...]
For one patient, sharing her family medical history led to lifesaving care
Nov 21, 2019

Nobel Laureates' discovery paves way for research and patient care at Mayo Clinic

By Susan Murphy @susanmurphy
Three pioneering scientists who won this year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery of how cells adapt to oxygen availability helped lay the foundation of research and patient care, enabling  a unique service at Mayo Clinic — the von Hippel-Lindau Clinic.  “The understanding of how the body senses [...]
Nobel Laureates' discovery paves way for research and patient care at Mayo Clinic

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