Mayo Clinic Health System provides the best care to every patient every day; that's our story. And who better to tell the other side of the story than patients themselves?
Jane-Marie Bahr shares her personal experience of her last day of radiation treatment at Mayo Clinic Health System.
Eau Claire resident Ron Jannicke admits he’s flirted with diabetes and elevated A1-C counts over the past decade or so. That changed recently, after Jannicke, 70, was prescribed prednisone. He suddenly went from edging toward diabetes to an official diagnosis.
Lifelong Lake City resident Tom Bremer says he likes being active. Towards the end of golf season in 2015, Bremer noticed mild discomfort in his lower abdomen.
Ginger Marien set aside the pain in her right knee and focused on the most important aspect of her life: caring for her husband.
The first sign of trouble was a strange sensation in Dolores Brumm’s right arm. Just a few minutes later, the 88-year-old Eitzen resident knew something was definitely wrong.
Dylan Walling, was riding his motorcycle on State Highway 93 en route to his grandmother’s house in Eleva when the unimaginable occurred.
Jeanie Hinz was having a bad year. In spring 2016, she broke her ankle and was laid up for several weeks. Then in July, she wasn’t feeling well.
Pollino's son had been in a car accident and died the next day, but part of him lives on because of his choice to be an organ donor.