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Researchers at Mayo Clinic in Florida have developed new scoring criteria that may help physicians in the future more quickly identify and treat patients with rapidly progressive dementia.
While many health systems may have one Ph.D.-prepared nurse, Mayo Clinic has a team of nurse scientists who conduct evidence-based practice and research.
A medical mystery of a patient with recurring blood clots has led to the discovery of a new type of thrombophilia.
A four-year pilot study suggests that the progression of heart failure is a senescent phenomenon associated with indicators of accelerated aging.
The SPARK Research Mentorship program introduces high school students to the rigors of scientific discovery in Mayo's world-class laboratories.
The liver has the greatest regenerative capacity of any organ in the body, making it possible for surgeons to treat cancerous and noncancerous diseases withRead more
Athletes with a genetic heart disease are often disqualified from participating in competitive sports because of the perceived risk of sudden cardiac arrest. While theRead more
In a recent paper published in Gastroenterology, Mayo Clinic scientists found the G9a enzyme, a regulator of gene expression, may inhibit inflammatory disorders, such asRead more
In a new study, Mayo Clinic in Florida researchers and collaborators have found that the antiviral medication Paxlovid reduces the risk of hospitalization in patientsRead more