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Volume 7, Issue 4, December 2018


Director's message: A few of my favorite things
A telethon, top rankings, a new liver cancer SPORE and the NCI grant renewal are among our 2018 highlights.
Features
U.S. News & World Report ranks Mayo Clinic top in nation
The clinic is also first overall in the honor roll and ranks first, second or third in 11 specialties.
Blood sugar, diabetes offer clues about pancreatic cancer
Patients with high blood sugar and a high ENDPAC score should be tested for pancreatic cancer.
Team IDs genes that boost risk of triple-negative breast cancer
The findings will enable expanded genetic testing and may lead to better prevention strategies.
Study supports genetic testing for pancreatic cancer
Researchers identify six genes that contain mutations that may be passed down in families.
Mayo researchers find off/on switch for DNA repair protein
The work provides a new target for developing therapeutics to help kill ovarian cancer cells.
Florida campus opens new building for cancer, neurology
The Mangurian Building is a key to the clinic's future in Florida as a destination medical center.
Meet the Investigator: Tanios S. Bekaii-Saab
In this video, Dr. Bekaii-Saab explains how his desire to improve treatment options inspires him.
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