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From harnessing AI to detect disease sooner to advancing treatments for rare and complex diseases, Mayo Clinic researchers innovate with the goal to provide the best in healthcare.
A recent Mayo Clinic study shows that cancer practices can integrate telehealth without duplicative care, allowing for a more streamlined healthcare experience for patients and their caregivers.
Mayo Clinic researchers are studying senescent cells to illuminate how we age at the cellular level.
Researchers investigated the effect of social factors, including education, isolation and "community deprivation” for patients with heart failure.
Study finds most patients prescribed fewer opioids after surgery under new guidelines maintained satisfactory comfort levels.
A recent Mayo Clinic study aimed to better understand rates of opioid use among patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and the factors behind their use.
New paper reviews the effects of digital innovation on clinical trial participation and how new technologies applied beyond the clinic walls may overcome the limitations of conventional trials.
Accelerated innovation and a broad application of telehealth services have allowed patients to get quality care from the comfort of their homes.
Access to medication smoking cessation aids, individualized counseling are most helpful for Indigenous North Americans looking to quit smoking, according to a new review.
Deaths during the first year of the pandemic were driven by COVID-19 and other causes, with a surprising increase found in preventable "deaths of despair" caused by overdose, alcohol use and malnutrition.