He was gravely ill with multiple myeloma and was spending time at the mayo Clinic.
However, according to the mayo Clinic, 75 percent of VBAC attempts are successful.
The more interesting announcement is a partnership with the mayo Clinic.
A new medical review published by mayo Clinic makes the strongest case yet for cirumcision.
Across the border in Minnesota, the mayo Clinic now boasts the T. Denny Sanford Pediatric Clinic.
We inspected a farm in mayo where the family and the cow lived in the same room, but it was kept remarkably clean and tidy.
Mrs. mayo was with him when the doctor called, and she, too, listened.
"You'd better ask the man who gave that packet to your daughter," suggested mayo.
Mrs. mayo and the doctor's wife championed the cause at sewing circle.
"I didn't feel like wasting much time, considering what was promised me," stammered mayo, not yet sure of himself.
Mayo Ma·yo (mā'ō), William James. 1861-1939.
American surgeon who with his brother Charles Horace Mayo (1865-1939) founded the Mayo Clinic, a renowned medical center in Rochester, Minnesota.
An expert; an authority; a connoisseur: growing clientele of pizza mavins/A real advertising mavin must have thought that up
[1960s+; fr Yiddish fr Hebrew, ''understanding'']