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Meet Celeste "C.C." Chervenka, American Cancer Society Patient Navigator, based at Mayo Clinic Arizona
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She's a genius when commanding the grand piano, but 88-year-old Mayo Clinic volunteer, Anne Monte, of Scottsdale, Ariz., confesses her nagging fear: "People think it's [...]
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In the February 2009 Share Your Mayo Clinic Story open comment thread, Julie Beck tells how she came to [...]
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