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A marathon runner with end-stage heart failure, Yasmin Mullings received a life-saving heart transplant and continues to do what she loves.
Battling a rare brain tumor, 3-year-old Reese Buntenbach benefits from surgery and proton beam therapy, and gets back to being a toddler.
With a fervent passion for diversity and appreciating the value of education, Dr. Coleman recognizes institutions that can be change agents for the future.
Seasoned world travelers, Lou and Laurie Appiganis turned their compass in a new direction that led to individualized medicine for a rare inflammatory disorder.
Sylvan Herman hopes a new facility for adults with serious mental illnesses will provide a better way for them to transition back into their communities.
A treasured pickle recipe from a generous friend embodies the spirit of Mayo Clinic for Warren and Marilyn Bateman.
Before they met, Susan and Tom Gus were each influenced by their fathers' advice about the importance of education and courage.
Following his lifesaving care and rigorous physical and cognitive speech therapy, Brian Kanable is back in the water, enjoying his passion for water-skiing.
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