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Top highlights this week include: House Republicans unveil changes to their health-care bill, getting people to buy health insurance, rural hospitals unsure on health care bill, health insurance across state lines, NIH budget cut under President’s proposal.
Top highlights this week include: Drug costs and cancer treatment, new blood test could help prevent heart attack and stroke, getting rid of the flu faster, extending doctor shifts, and Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science schools included in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools Rankings.
Top highlights this week include: GOP health bill would lead to 24 million more uninsured Americans, damage control over health care score, Obamacare nightmare scenario, second chance on health care, lack of doctor and hospital support for health care bill.
Top highlights this week include: Bacon, soda, and too few nuts tied to big portion of U.S. deaths; Mayo Clinic announces $70.5 million expansion in Jacksonville; Mayo Clinic consolidates and relocates labs with zero downtime; new experimental drug that shrinks tumors in multiple myeloma patients; Mayo Clinic named to Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list.
Top highlights this week include: House Republicans release long-awaited plan to replace Obamacare, Medicaid big Obamacare fight, new order blocks arrivals from 6 majority-Muslim countries, millions risk losing insurance on new plan, and hospitals against health care bill.
Top highlights this week include: Hearing loss may double in the U.S. by 2060, colorectal cancer rates rising in Gen X and Millennials, Mayo Clinic researchers identify new genetic risk factor for late-onset Alzheimer’s in African-Americans, Mayo Clinic reports strong financial performance in 2016, and tips to prevent the cold and flu.
Mayo Laboratory Inquiry (MLI) has been named one of the Top Contact Centers in the country in the Medium Centers Category (50 to 249 agents) of BenchmarkPortal’s 2017 Top Contact Centers competition. MLI was also announced as the recipient of the Lowest Average Speed of Answer award.
If you were invited to an event promising “Faster, Higher, Stronger,” you’d be there, right? So were more than 230 eighth through 12th grade students from more than 40 schools across southern Minnesota for the 17th biennial Celebration of Research, a daylong conference for students interested in learning about careers in science.
Top highlights this week include: Cooling caps fight chemo-induced hair loss, no drugs for back pain, dangers of ice fishing, taking all of your antibiotics may be misguided advice, and researchers identify new process to raise natural armies of cancer-targeting T lymphocytes outside the body.