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January 30, 2018

How does a genomic tumor board impact patient care?

By Colette Gallagher colettegallagher

The outcomes from a Mayo Clinic study published in Oncotarget found value in having an established genomic tumor board, and using genomics for certain patients. The experience of the Genomic Tumor Board has promoted an evolution in the practice according to Alan Bryce, M.D., a Mayo Clinic oncologist, and co-first author on the study. “There is an emerging […]

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Tags: Alan Bryce, cancer, Center for Individualized Medicine, genetic testing, genomics, Jan Egan, Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, tumor


January 16, 2018

Genetic tests + coordinated care + research = hope for patients with a genetic neurological disease

By Susan Buckles susanbuckles

  Life with an inherited disease sometimes brings unexpected twists and turns. Five-year-old Gus Erickson has navigated the gyrations with the help of Mayo Clinic’s Neurofibromatosis Clinic. Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder that causes tumors to form on nerve tissue. Those tumors can develop anywhere in the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord […]

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Tags: Center for Individualized Medicine, Dusica Babovic-Vuksanovic, genetics, neurology, tumor


September 18, 2014

Kidney cancer survivor joins Mayo experts to share the changing treatment of kidney cancer

By bobnellis bobnellis

Cynthia Chauhan joins Winston Tan, M.D., and Al Copland, Ph.D., both from the Mayo Clinic in Florida, for our second blog post in a lengthy series about kidney cancer. Cynthia is a Mayo Clinic patient who is a kidney and breast cancer survivor, leader of a kidney cancer survivor group, and patient advocate. Cynthia would […]

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Tags: Al Copland, genetics, kidney cancer, Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, tumor, Winston Tan


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