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September 4, 2019

Cancer and Brain Tumors Call for Coordinated, Multidisciplinary Care

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As a sled dog trainer, Rick Minard has faced blizzards and subzero temperatures. But those challenges paled in comparison to facing a complicated medical situation that involved brain tumors and two cancer diagnoses. He’s been able to weather it all, though, thanks to the trust he’s placed in his team at Mayo Clinic.

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Tags: Dr. Dan Price, Dr. Diana Dean, Dr. J. Eric Ahlskog, Dr. Michael Link, Dr. W. Richard Marsh, Head and Neck Cancer Center, Head and neck surgery, Meningioma, Salivary gland tumor


April 24, 2019

Second Opinion on Salivary Gland Tumor Paves Way to Motherhood

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When Bryna Halloran was diagnosed with a salivary gland tumor that didn’t align with her age, gender or medical history, she turned to Mayo Clinic for a second opinion. At Mayo, Bryna found a physician who listened to her concerns, and she was offered a treatment plan that exceeded her expectations.

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Tags: Dr. Jeffrey Janus, Head and neck surgery, Salivary gland tumor


July 18, 2018

Prompt Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment Yield Ideal Outcome

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When a lump on his neck turned out to be cancer, Lee Dueringer and his care team at Mayo Clinic embarked on a comprehensive treatment plan that quelled the disease without significantly disrupting his life.

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Tags: Proton Beam Therapy, Salivary gland tumor


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