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A Regulator of Stem Cells

Ouch! The response is always the same to the sharp, sudden surprise of a paper cut. The body responds quickly to the tear in...

Patients Who Make Research Happen

Neuroscientist Tania Gendron, Ph.D. was in her lab on Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus when she received a phone call. On the line was a...

Tracking Melanoma to Discover New Hope for Patients

This story starts with melanoma. The name of this cancer tells us it grows from skin cells called melanocytes. When these cells break, normal controls...
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Spinal cord neurostimulation helps paralyzed man make progress.

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Using antibodies to improve therapy for Alzheimer’s.

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Breast cancer researchers and a Mayo-only advance in treatment.

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Graduate Students on Deck to Change Medicine

Just outside the limelight, the next generation of researchers is preparing for their shot at making science fiction into fact. When a Mayo team...

Changing the Face of Research

A need for diverse thinking drives Mayo Clinic’s efforts to attract and develop future scientists from diverse backgrounds. In her quest to remedy health...

Brainstorming on Epilepsy

Epilepsy strikes without warning, when an electrical storm sweeps across the brain. Storm-chasing teams of researchers have adopted computational techniques to pinpoint and predict...

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