Rochester Woman Recounts 100-Foot Fall Down CanyonThe Mayo Clinic nurse spent nearly 28 hours in a canyon before crews found her and rescued her with a helicopter.
Mayo, Medtronic, UnitedHealth Officials Meet At ConferenceTop officials with the world's largest medical technology company, the nation's biggest health insurer and one of the world's premier academic medical centers are taking part in a conference in Minneapolis.
Mayo Clinic Earns Top Spot On National Hospital ListThe Mayo Clinic in Rochester is being lauded as the top hospital in the nation.
Doctors At Mayo Clinic Using Viruses To Fight CancerDoctors at Mayo Clinic are using deadly viruses to fight a deadly disease.
Conjoined Sisters Celebrate 10 Years ApartMinnesota doctors called them miracle babies, twins joined at their chest at birth. This month, the Carlsen twins are celebrating 10 years of living their own lives.
Injured Minn. Hockey Player Continues Rehab At Mayo ClinicA hockey player from Minnesota who suffered a spinal cord injury in a game has left an Illinois hospital to continue his rehabilitation at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota.
4 Minn. Companies Among Forbes' 100 Best EmployersFour Minnesota companies are in the top 100 of Forbes' list of best employers. The Mayo Clinic cracked the top 10 at number nine.
Lynx To Host Preseason Game At Mayo Civic Center In RochesterThe Lynx will make a return to the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester to host the Washington Mystics in a preseason game on Sunday, May 8.
4 Things To Know For Feb. 21, 2016Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Feb. 21, 2016.
Former Senator Norm Coleman Discusses Battle With CancerFormer U.S. Senator Norm Coleman is speaking out about his battle with throat cancer and the remarkable progress he is making as part of a clinical trial at the Mayo Clinic.
Dalai Lama To Speak In Mpls. This WeekendThe Dalai Lama will be in Minneapolis this weekend to give a talk at the convention center.
Minnesota Doctor Develops At-Home Test To Detect Colon CancerIt's been one year since Mayo Clinic researchers got the go-ahead on a potential game-changer. A test that people could take at home that screens for the second-most deadly type of cancer: Colon cancer.