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Expanded cancer center will allow Mayo Clinic to meet the region’s current patient demand and allow for future growth.
Ken Smith, M.D., Ph.D, sees patients every Wednesday for urology services.
Steve Larson began developing symptoms of what he thought was a hernia. The pain subsided, so he didn’t immediately get it evaluated, but when the discomfort in his groin area returned, he knew it was time to see a doctor.
Hair loss is a common side effect of chemotherapy which can greatly contribute to your stress and anxiety. However, a new treatment called scalp cooling therapy is helping many patients keep most of their hair.
Cancer care doesn’t end just because treatment is done. Life doesn’t immediately go back to normal because you are done with radiation or chemotherapy. It's important to address the needs of cancer survivors with a survivorship care plan.
Jane-Marie Bahr shares her personal experience of her last day of radiation treatment at Mayo Clinic Health System.
Even if you feel healthy, you should at least get your blood pressure checked and consult with your doctor to make sure you’re getting enough exercise and eating healthy foods, according to Don Smith, M.D., a general surgeon on the Austin campus of Mayo Clinic Health System – Albert Lea and Austin.
You might be noticing more mustaches appearing on the faces of men in the next month. While they may make the men in your life a little more dashing, this isn’t a new, hot fashion trend. This is Movember.
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, an ideal time to learn more about one of the most common cancers in men.