Bringing you a new day and new hope

Sunrise. The brilliant, rejuvenating moment the sun appears over the horizon, promising a new day and new hope. That's what University of Minnesota Physicians provides with our medical breakthroughs—discoveries that we share every day with all of our patients.

Find out what we can illuminate for you. Read about some of our recent patients' experiences below or share your own sunrise story.

 


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Regan

Before she was born, Regan was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy, a congenital heart condition that she also shares with her father sister. For the first five months after she was born, Regan progressed just as any healthy baby should. Then her appetite began to diminish and her fussiness increased. “I thought I was taking Regan in for something routine and never imagined that her heart was beginning to fail,” said her mother. [Read Regan's Story]

 

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When June was suffering from persistent sinus issues, her doctor recommended routine surgery. But the situation turned anything but routine when the surgery revealed a new problem: she was diagnosed with esthesioneuroblastoma, a rare tumor of the sinus cavity, and a walnut-sized tumor in her brain. [Read June's Story]  

 

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Share your sunrise story

We continue to make new discoveries every day that advance both treatment and care. Tell us about your experience with University of Minnesota Physicians.

 


 
 

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