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March 1, 2013

Prenatal Education Class: A special relationship between 3 moms and daughters

By MakalaArce MakalaArce

In the Winter of 2011, my husband Cameron and I (Megan Rask) were expecting our first child. We were beyond thrilled! I had been doing my care with the midwives at Mayo Clinic, Rochester. Of course, I wanted to sign my husband and I up for every baby class offered! We soon began the six […]

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Tags: 5295, 5335, babies, baby, Education, Family Birth Center, mom, perinatal, pregnancy, prenatal


December 12, 2012

Specialized care team approach helps triumph over high risk pregnancy

By Margaret Shepard, Communications Specialist Margaret Shepard, Communications Specialist

Rachel Willenberg rides a rollercoaster of symptoms that finally leads to treatment, and the family she’s always wanted.

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Tags: 3781, 5252, 5277, 5295, 5335, cardiovascular disease, Dr. Cabalka, Dr. Phillips, Dr. Rose, fibrosing mediastinitis, Mayo Clinic, Rachel Willenberg


June 12, 2012

Patient Shares about Birthing Experience and Fictional Blog Story

By MakalaArce MakalaArce

I have been a Mayo Clinic patient and resident of Rochester, Mn for the past fifteen years or more. I have four daughters and each of them have been born under the care of Mayo physicians. I want to take this opportunity to give thanks and recognition to Dr. Collette Lessard. She made it to my […]

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Tags: 5295, 5335, birthing, Charlie Mayo, Collete Lessard, Dinner at the Big House, Gretchen Cooper, History, Ivy Lodge, Mayo Clinic, Mayowood


November 9, 2011

An Amazing Gift of Life – Via Gestational Surrogacy

By MakalaArce MakalaArce

My story began almost 4 years ago with the birth of my husband’s and my first son, Aidan, born September 2007.  Mayo Clinic became involved with my story when they delivered our second son in July 2010.  This beautiful child, Liam, was born almost 2 years after learning I would never carry another pregnancy and […]

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Tags: 5295, 5335, gestational surrogacy, Jessica Flotterud, mother, OB, Roslyn Huneke, surrogate


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