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Allison Stellmaker-Knott, Education Associate for Mayo Medical Laboratories, has been a dedicated blood donor since her new employee orientation more than 10 years ago. Allison's parents were active blood donors, but it wasn’t until she began her career at Mayo Clinic that she realized the importance of giving blood.
By Alyssa Frank • October 20, 2017
Top highlights this week include: Diabetes pill might replace injection to control blood sugar, FDA approves second gene-altering treatment for cancer, excessive exercise may harm the heart, now is the time to protect yourself from the flu, and Mayo Clinic to use first clinical 7-Tesla MRI scanner in North America.
By Gina Chiri-Osmond • October 20, 2017
William Morice, II, M.D., Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and President of Mayo Medical Laboratories (MML), talks about technology trends in laboratory medicine with Kelley Schreiber, Social Media Marketing Manager at MML.
By William Morice, II, M.D., Ph.D. • October 19, 2017
Along with Dr. William Worrall Mayo, another key figure in the early history of Mayo Clinic is Mother Alfred Moes (1828–1899). She was born Maria Moes on Oct. 28, 1828. Maria took the name Sister Alfred when she entered religious life and became Mother Alfred as the head of the two congregations she founded. Mother Alfred Moes established Saint Marys Hospital.
By Brent Westra • October 19, 2017
November 29, 2017 | 11 a.m.–Noon CT
This Phlebotomy webinar presentation will provide the audience with a high-level understanding of the various steps of the pre-analytic processes of Mayo Medical Laboratories that lead to the timely handling of incoming specimen volumes.
By MML Education • October 18, 2017
Top highlights this week include: Gov. Dayton signs agreement for "reinsurance" program; end to health care subsidies puts Congress in a tight spot; the value of hospitals' tax exemptions; hospital group warns Trump's executive order could weaken insurance markets; and with ACA in limbo, insurers brace for drop in enrollment.
By Andy Tofilon • October 18, 2017
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