Patients with monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance are at risk of progressing to multiple myeloma or a related cancer─even after 30 years of stability, according to findings of a study by Mayo Clinic researchers published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Joseph Blommel, Clinical Genome Sequencing Laboratory Development Technologist, received the 2017 Technologist Poster Award at the Association for Molecular Pathology Annual Meeting.
Justin Kreuter, M.D., Clinical Pathologist and Medical Director of the Mayo Clinic Blood Donor Center in Rochester, Minnesota, and Theresa Malin, an Education Specialist in Transfusion Medicine at Mayo Clinic, have launched “Transfusion Toons” as an innovative approach to teaching and learning transfusion medicine. View this post to see the new toon.
Top highlights this week include: NIH wants 1 million Americans to contribute to new pool of gene data, easily affordable whole-genome sequencing, newly FDA-approved platform will rapidly manufacture stem cells to repair our bodies, high-sensitivity troponin may help uncover heart failure rise, and preventing colds and flu.
This year's Heritage Film, "Dinner at Mayowood: Enduring Values in Changing Times," is set in 1940, which administrator Harry Harwick called "the year of greatest crisis" for Mayo Clinic.
Genetic Tests, Coordinated Care, and Research Provide Hope for Patients with a Genetic Neurological Disease
Life with an inherited disease sometimes brings unexpected twists and turns. Learn how five-year-old Gus Erickson has navigated the gyrations with the help of Mayo Clinic’s Neurofibromatosis Clinic.