Nuestros pacientes cuentan su historia

  1. Seeing Purpose in Sharing

    If not for the help and healing Sandra Blue received at Mayo Clinic 10 years ago, she may be blind today. Filled with gratitude, Sandra continues to be moved to share her journey of how her sight was saved from a severe complication of rheumatoid arthritis. Ten years ago, Sandra Blue came within weeks of [...]

  2. Back to Nature After Specialized Care for a Disabling Condition

    When Michael Rybak began to have trouble moving his arms, he feared his days of enjoying the outdoors may be over. But his team at Mayo Clinic was able to diagnosis and successfully treat his rare condition. Now he's back to doing what he loves. Michael Rybak is an avid photographer, kayaker, scuba diver and [...]

  3. Diagnosis and Treatment for a Rare Disease Brings Back Trish Byrd?s Hearing and Optimism

    In spring 2016, Trish Byrd went deaf. And no one knew why. With constant ear pain and unable to hear, Trish saw seven different doctors in her home state of New Mexico. After months of treatment, there was no improvement in her symptoms. ?I kept asking, ?What?s wrong with me??? Trish says. ?None of my [...]

  4. Rare Arthritis No Match for Woman Determined to Save Her Eyesight

    (written by Raquel Rivas - Mayo Clinic in Florida) When most of us think about eye problems, we think about a trip to the eye doctor for a new eyeglass prescription. But for Sandy Blue, a rare eye condition posed a mystery that almost left her blind. Blue, then 44, first noticed red streaks in [...]

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