Posted by CSMMayo (@csmmayo) · Jul 23, 2010
Mayo's Biggest Booster
Each year, Marnie Hensel, of Wayzata, Minn., comes to Mayo Clinic for her annual checkup through the Executive Health Program. During her visit in early 2004, physicians noticed a spot on her lung x-ray. A biopsy found that it was lung cancer in the earliest stage (1A), and it was completely removed. Six years later, with no further treatment, Mrs. Hensel is still cancer-free and says that she’s “Mayo’s biggest booster.”
In the video below, Mrs. Hensel shares her story and how she considers coming to Mayo Clinic a “mini vacation.”
This post was submitted by Natalie Zheng, a summer intern in the Mayo Clinic Department of Public Affairs in Rochester.