Research

Grand Rounds: The Promise of Epigenomics in Medical Research and Future Practice

Dr. Raul Urrutia, M.D., presents The Promise of Epigenomics in Medical Research and Future Practice.

Publish Date: 2/3/2014

Grand Rounds (CME): Muscle Performance, Physical Function and Frailty: Methods of Translation Research and Opportunities for Clinical Application

Nathan LeBrasseur, Ph.D., presents Muscle Performance, Physical Function and Frailty: Methods of Translation Research and Opportunities for Clinical Application.

Publish Date: 1/31/2014

Grand Rounds: A Fantastic Voyage: Recombinant Drug Design to Breakthroughs in Electronics to Novel Treatments for Stroke

Thomas Brott, M.D., presents A FantasticVoyage:Recombinant Drug Design to Breakthroughs in Electronics to Novel Treatments for Stroke.

Publish Date: 3/25/2015

Grand Rounds: The Subversive Spread of Superclone ST131 E. coli: Implications for Antimicrobial Stewardship

Ritu Banerjee, M.D., Ph.D., presents The Subversive Spread of Superclone ST131 E. coli: Implications for Antimicrobial Stewardship.

Publish Date: 3/25/2015

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Mayo Oral Cancer Study Shows Full Tumor Genome

Mayo Clinic researchers along with collaborators from Life Technologies are reporting on the application of a new approach for sequencing RNA to study cancer tumors.

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Mayo Clinic Study Suggests Routine Prostate Size Evaluation Not As Effective in Cancer Screening

If a mans PSA is quickly rising, he likely deserves a prostate biopsy to determine if he has prostate cancer. Assessment of change in prostate size should not influence the decision to biopsy. Dr. Breau discusses the study and it's findings in this video.

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Disease Associations With MGUS--Mayo Clinic study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings

Dr. S. Vincent Rajkumar, Mayo Clinic hematologist, discusses the first systematic study to determine association of Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance (MGUS) with all diseases in 17,398 patients, published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

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Colon Cancer Study

An investigational drug called regorafenib slowed the progression of tumors and lengthened the lives of patients with metastatic colorectal cancer, an international phase III clinical trial found.

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Study suggests 140 colonoscopies don't equal competency

Professional organizations have traditionally recommended that gastroenterology fellows perform 140 colonoscopies before assessing competency.

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Study finds novel drug effective for functional constipation

Affecting nearly 30 million Americans, constipation increases health care costs and diminishes quality of life. Banny S. Wong, M.D., of the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, discusses a phase II study of A3309.

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Mayo Clinic Study on Radiation Risks of Angioplasty

Body size, gender and the complexity of heart disease significantly influence how much cumulative radiation skin dose that patients receive during percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) therapy, also known as angioplasty.

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Mayo Clinic Study Confirms Stents are Safe for Patients Allergic to Metal

Mayo Clinic researchers have found that cardiac patients who have skin allergies to metals commonly found in jewelry, such as nickel, are at no higher risk for complications if they receive a stent containing these metal components.

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