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Topic - Nick Hanson
"Mayo Clinic values the privacy of our patients," Hanson said in an email. "Patient medical records should remain private even after the patient is deceased."
Mayo Clinic spokesman Nick Hanson said the clinic can't discuss a patient without their consent or permission from a legally authorized decision-maker such as family or an estate administrator.