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The Inadvertent Whistleblower

The Mayo Clinic had always loomed larger than life in my growing up years in Rochester. Vague memories of when my twin brother and I got into too much aspirin as a child and of “going through the clinic” as a 4th grader over worries
about academics, melds with stark memories of my wife’s treatment for brain cancer and her physician’s offer of a home visit the night she died.
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