Sometimes a patient's story is so moving that it's impossible not to be affected. Jonathan Morris, M.D., explains why a moment he witnessed at a fundraising event is one he'll never forget.

By Alyssa Frank • May 31, 2018

After more than 10 years of serving up much more than just coffee, one of Mayo Clinic's most beloved baristas called it a career.

By Alyssa Frank • May 24, 2018

When surgery to treat sinus cancer left Lucy Bernas unable to eat or speak, she came to Mayo Clinic for healing. Along the way, she’s proven to be a healer herself.

By Alyssa Frank • May 17, 2018

When Jennie Geurts came in for a recent appointment, her care team surprised her with something unexpected. Call it the "Luke Bryan Treatment."

By Alyssa Frank • May 10, 2018

Social media used its powers for good, with a little help from Mayo staff, when it helped reunite a young cancer patient with his lost teddy bear.

By Alyssa Frank • May 3, 2018

When a patient's wife with early-stage Alzheimer's disease became confused during the patient's medical appointment, Tammy Rew stepped in to help.

By Alyssa Frank • April 26, 2018

All of us at Mayo Clinic are deeply saddened at the passing of Barbara Bush, an emeritus member of the Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees.

By Mayo Clinic News Network • April 19, 2018

When a military veteran nearing the end of his life requested an American flag be placed over him for comfort, staff went to work to fulfill his last wish.

By Alyssa Frank • April 12, 2018

Sampson was an outcast in his village. Thanks to a series of miracles, he will get the medical care he needs.

By Alyssa Frank • April 5, 2018

More than 30 years ago, Andy Romaniuk took his doctor's advice and started walking. He hasn't stopped since, logging thousands of miles, and recently added polka music to the mix.

By Alyssa Frank • March 29, 2018

Four-year-old Knox Olafson was given the opportunity to run the bases at Target Field, thanks to Brighter Tomorrows. His trek around the bases stole the hearts of those who got to witness it.

By Alyssa Frank • March 22, 2018

The right medicine isn't always a pill or an injection. Sometimes, it's a song. Just ask LaSonya Fleming.

By Alyssa Frank • March 15, 2018

Caregivers often go to great lengths to comfort their patients. When a terminally ill woman said she'd like to enjoy one last piece of pumpkin pie with a good cup of coffee, her care team sprang into action.

By Alyssa Frank • March 8, 2018