Eric J. Moore, M.D.

Relatos de pacientes

  1. Skilled Care and Kindness Help Overcome a Rare Salivary Gland Tumor

    When Susan Roupp's tongue began cramping, she looked to Mayo Clinic to find the cause of this strange symptom. During her care team's investigation, they uncovered a mass in Susan's cheek that turned out to be an aggressive cancer. In addition to being grateful for the quick diagnosis and expert care, Susan was impressed by [...]

  2. Changing Careers After Cancer Treatment to Make a Difference for Others

    After going through a demanding regimen of cancer treatment, Jay Masters decided he wanted to use the experience to help others facing difficult health challenges. So he quit his job and came to work for Mayo Clinic. Editor's note: When Jay Masters first came to Mayo Clinic, he was a patient receiving a difficult diagnosis [...]

  3. Two Cancers, One Unified Multidisciplinary Care Team

    Joyce Gabbert and Garret Choby, M.D. Joyce Gabbert came to Mayo Clinic for treatment of a rare form of head and neck cancer. But she soon learned that wasn't the only cancer diagnosis she was facing. At that point, a coordinated care team came together to create a treatment plan that put Joyce on the [...]

  4. Video Gives Patient With Tonsil Cancer Perspective, Hope

    Linda had been diagnosed with HPV-related tonsil cancer. When she came upon a video on social media featuring two Mayo Clinic doctors discussing an innovative treatment for the disease, the Georgia woman felt she'd been thrown a lifeline. When she received a diagnosis of tonsil cancer and learned about its treatment, Linda was intimidated. A [...]

  5. Retaining His Voice With Radical Treatment

    Jeff Krajacic was shocked to learn that a rare form of bone cancer was to blame for changes in his voice. He was even more stunned when he found out that the malignancy, and the problems it caused, could be treated using a piece of his ear. Jeff Krajacic is a talker. During conversation, words [...]

  6. Quick Action Paves the Way for Healing and Recovery

    In their quest for clear answers and an accurate diagnosis, an Illinois couple received prompt attention and compassionate care at Mayo Clinic. When Keith Kuzelka arrived at Mayo Clinic in August 2016, he was shocked to learn he had a form of throat cancer called HPV-related oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma. Just days earlier, he and [...]

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