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Yan Asmann, Ph.D., and Aaron Mansfield, M.D., are leading an effort to reduce racial disparities in genomic data to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
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After receiving CAR-T cell therapy for chronic lymphocytic leukemia through a clinical trial at Mayo Clinic, Jon Stahlecker is cancer free and feeling good.
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Dr. Tina Hieken answers questions about surgery for melanoma and research being conducted at Mayo Clinic that is helping to improve patient outcomes.
Performing a minor surgical procedure on patients newly diagnosed with pancreatic cancer helps to identify cancer spread early and determine the stage of cancer.
Patient navigator Veronica Smith discusses the history of Juneteenth and the factors that contribute to racial disparities in healthcare.