LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW)- Mayo Clinic launched the national mobile exhibit tour to honor the 150th anniversary of serving humanity.
Mayo Clinic is taking their story to the public in a free exhibit that will stop in over 40 communities throughout the U.S. and Canada from now until October, 2014. Their 1,000 square foot exhibition on wheels is going to bring to life Mayo Clinic's values and vision for the future of their health care.
The display was in La Crosse on Thursday.
The exhibit will allow visitors to see the human body as never seen before and discover how they use research and technology to meet the unique needs of individual patients. Many examples of new research to prevent and treat disease, Mayo Clinic's impact around the world, and stories of patients whose lives have been transformed are all in the exhibit.
The exhibit will be in Eau Claire on Friday, May 2.
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