Experiencias en Mayo Clinic e historias de nuestros pacientes

  1. A Noise-Filled Hearing Loss Journey

    Suffering from severe hearing loss and struggling to find answers, Dianne Lee Needham turned to Mayo Clinic's Cochlear Implant Program. Here she shares in her own words how the care she received has dramatically improved her quality of life. Written by Dianne Lee Needham Three years ago, my hearing was fine until I flew from [...]

  2. Mayo Clinic Staff Take on an Urgent Medical Mission

    When a Mayo Clinic surgical team learned that a child tethered to life support in a foreign country would die in a matter of days without their help, they quickly planned a multifaceted intervention. Every day patients from around the world fly to visit Mayo Clinic and receive lifesaving care. This past March, as part [...]

  3. Public Speaker Beats Tenacious Tongue Cancer

    When faced with an alarming diagnosis of tongue cancer that threatened not only her health but also her livelihood, Paulette Walz looked to Mayo Clinic and found the expert care she needed. For Paulette Walz, talking is more than chatting with friends or conversing with colleagues, it's a crucial part of her job as a [...]

  4. Cochlear Implant Allows Judith Collins to Relish Her Life Again

    Over time, progressive hearing loss thwarted Judith Collin's enjoyment of family, friends and activities. Now a cochlear implant has restored her ability to enthusiastically engage with the people and pastimes she loves. Over the course of an exciting career, Judith Collins has been a professor of psychology, an author and a CIA officer. But 27 [...]

  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. Persistent Sore Throat Leads to Life-Saving Care

    When George Campbell was told his nagging sore throat was actually cancer, he could have stayed near home for treatment. Instead, he chose to pack up and drive 1,000 miles to Mayo Clinic's Rochester campus based on a friend's positive experience there. George Campbell thought he just had a sore throat. But when the pain [...]

  7. Treatment for Throat Cancer Gives Dentist New Point of View

    After undergoing robotic surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy as part of a clinical trial to treat cancer, Bruce Trulson has gained a new understanding of how he can better care for his own patients. In 2015, after nearly 40 years of practicing dentistry, Bruce Trulson, D.D.S., gained new insight into how to care for his [...]

  8. Working in Harmony to Keep a Musician Singing

    When Becky Loar injured her voice, she was alarmed by the prospect of not being able to sing. But her care team at Mayo Clinic provided Becky with the treatment she needed to hit the high notes once again. When Becky Loar entered a recording studio in July 2016, it was the culmination of a [...]

  9. Breathing Easier After Nose Reconstruction Surgery

    Plagued by breathing problems and unwanted changes in her appearance, Diane Kolmer turned to Mayo Clinic for diagnosis and treatment that included reconstructive surgery. Now she's back to looking and feeling like herself again. Twenty-one years ago, when Diane Kolmer began her battle with multiple sclerosis (MS), she came to Mayo Clinic looking for answers [...]

  10. Hearing Loss Spurs Doctor to Pay it Forward

    Today, Greta Stamper, Au.D., Ph.D., is a doctor of audiology in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology at Mayo Clinic?s Florida campus. But her connection to Mayo Clinic dates all the way back to her childhood. Growing up in Iowa, Dr. Stamper was introduced to Mayo at age 10, when her parents took her to see Michael [...]

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