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A Wisconsin man with chronic lymphocytic leukemia was out of therapeutic options. CAR-T cell therapy and a clinical trial put his disease in remission and gave him new hope for the future.
Researchers exploring the exposome, the measure of environmental contributors to disease and health, have linked environmental exposures to liver disease.
Just months after young Maggie Carmichael started taking an experimental drug for her ultra-rare genetic disease, she was able to trade in her wheelchair for a walker.
Vaccines have protected people from deadly diseases for generations. Could they also help fight cancer? Mayo Clinic researchers are working to develop personalized therapeutic cancerRead more
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In March 2020, at the start of the pandemic, Anya Magnuson's own health was in crisis. The 21-year-old Minnesotan had already endured four brain surgeries,Read more
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Mayo Clinic is centralizing a critical resource on the Phoenix campus: a biospecimens facility used by researchers to develop therapeutics, vaccines, and other medical advances.Read more
Widely used sex-biased maps of molecular biology are holding back individualized medicine, say Mayo Clinic scientists. Maps clarify how places are connected. In biology, theRead more