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Dr. Johnson on Medical Edge Radio Show from Everest

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Mayo Clinic’s syndicated radio program Medical Edge Weekend had a special guest this morning, live from Mount Everest. Listen to that segment as it aired. Hosted by Mayo physician Dr. Tom Shives and Tracy McCray, the show airs on affiliated stations every Saturday morning and is streamed live on the Internet. It’s the only show […]

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NatGeo writer blogs on Mayo research team

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It’s nice when your colleagues write about you… and that’s what NatGeo writer Mark Jenkins did in his latest post on the NatGeo blog. Thanks Mark! See Mayo Puts Us to the Test

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Hilaree on Life as a Mom on a Mountain

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Check out this Outside magazine interview with Hilaree on her life as a mother and mountain climber. She mentions Mayo’s team about two-thirds into the interview in her response to the question on down time at base camp. And here are some late photos from base camp. Latest word is the crew will begin packing […]

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Dispatch from the Field (extra)

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Conducting medical research in the field can take lots of improvising: equipment can fail, power is often a big question mark and weather can play havoc with your work. Still, there are those that see the whole world as a lab.  In the picture below, researcher Alex Kasak works with urine samples at the dinner […]

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Dispatch from the Field 5-5-12

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From Joel Streed, Mayo Clinic News Network Not even a fresh coating of snow could slow the team down this morning as they began what looks to be the last day of field testing. With the climbers in a holding mode, waiting for conditions to improve on the mountain there’s really no new data to […]

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