January 8, 2020 · Leave a Comment
When Danielle Goldsmith was told nothing could be done to reverse the effects of a chest wall deformity she’d had since birth, she took her health into her own hands by researching all her options. That research led Danielle to Mayo Clinic.
January 5, 2018 · Leave a Comment
Michele Sabados’ care team at Mayo Clinic worked together to craft an individualized care plan to treat her advanced breast cancer. It paid off. Today, Michele’s cancer is gone.
April 27, 2017 · Leave a Comment
William Kranz delights in telling people he is “living his life behind bars,” with two more years to go. But William welcomes that time because, to him, those bars represent freedom and better health. The “bars” are actually metal rods inserted under William’s ribcage during a surgical procedure at Mayo Clinic’s Arizona campus.
July 29, 2015 · Leave a Comment
Written by Rebecca Uhl “My chest just has a dent.” “Everyone is unique, and this is simply the way I was made.” This is what I told myself growing up, being unaware that I had a congenital chest wall deformity known as pectus excavatum. As a sophomore at Temple University in Philadelphia pursuing a marketing […]