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Mayo's first partner in cancer network is St. Cloud clinic

The Mayo Clinic hopes its plan for a new cancer network will bring medical care closer to where patients live. Its first partner is the Coborn Cancer Clinic in St. Cloud, which will have access to Mayo doctors and resources.
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The Mayo Clinic hopes its plan for a new cancer network will bring medical care closer to where patients live. Its first partner is the Coborn Cancer Clinic in St. Cloud, which will have access to Mayo doctors and resources.

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