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Work is a team effort at the Hormel Institute

The arrival of COVID-19 globally has caused everyone to change how they live and work, including cancer research at The Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota. ... Read more

1 month ago by Daily Herald.

Mayo reassures patients that safety measures are in place

Mayo Clinic Health System leaders are reassuring patients that safety measures are in place if they have health concerns that need to be seen by ... Read more

1 month ago by Sarah Stultz.

Mayo Clinic Health System makes slight changes to pharmacy and Mayo Clinic Store hours

Mayo Clinic Health System has announced that it is making slight changes to the Mayo Clinic Store and Pharmacy’s in Austin and Albert Lea due ... Read more

1 month ago by Daily Herald.

Mayo expands the use of telemedicine option

Like so many organizations, Mayo Clinic Health System has had to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic and that includes the way it treats patients. That ... Read more

1 month ago by Eric Johnson.

Testing could start soon on possible COVID-19 treatment

In a whirlwind of activity, Mayo Clinic and a medical device firm are fast-tracking research on an antiviral drug that looks promising to treat COVID-19. ... Read more

1 month ago by Associated Press.

Patients and visitors required to wear masks at MCHS facilities

As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, Mayo Clinic Health System continues to assess and adjust practices to best protect the safety of patients, visitors and staff. ... Read more

1 month ago by Daily Herald.

State cases close in on 1K; 17 confirmed in Mower

Minnesota inched closer to 1,000 cases of COVID-19 over the weekend and Mower County gained two more cases over the weekend. The state will likely ... Read more

2 months ago by Daily Herald.

Mayo reviewing plans for hospitals in event of surge

Mayo Clinic Health System officials are planning how to best utilize Mayo facilities in the region in the event of a surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations ... Read more

2 months ago by Sarah Stultz.

Forecast projects Minnesota to hit COVID-19 peak by mid-April

Independent health researchers are predicting the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic in Minnesota to take place in three weeks with peak resources expected to be ... Read more

2 months ago by Sarah Stultz.

Mayo begins curbside pickup for prescriptions, medical supplies

To improve service for patients and to adhere to social distancing requirements, several Mayo Clinic Pharmacies and Mayo Clinic Stores are now offering curbside service ... Read more

2 months ago by Daily Herald.

Mayo turns blue in show of support

In honor and support of the communities and dedicated staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayo Clinic Health System in both Albert Lea and Austin will ... Read more

2 months ago by Daily Herald.

Mayo continuing to take steps in effort against COVID-19

As COVID-19 cases swell across the United States, healthcare institutions are starting to feel the strain. In some portions of the world, clinics and hospitals ... Read more

2 months ago by Eric Johnson.

Masks 4 MN looking for masks to donate to hospitals.

A local group is asking the public with help in gathering PPE/N95 masks to be donated to health workers on the front line of the ... Read more

2 months ago by Daily Herald.

Six cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Mower County

Unknown how one case was contracted   As of Monday, the Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed six cases of COVID-19 in Mower County. “Cases ... Read more

2 months ago by Daily Herald.

Ovarian cancer research receives $75,000 boost at Hormel Institute

Hormel Institute scientist receives grant for novel research Dr. Ilana Chefetz has been awarded a $75,000 Rivkin Center Pilot Award to fund new research into ... Read more

2 months ago by Daily Herald.

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