Device Helps M.D. Speak After Larynx Cancer
As a physician, Dennis Welch knew it was a medical fact he would lose the ability to speak after his larynx (voice box) was removed surgically to treat cancer. But his feelings as a patient were much more complex.
“I was intellectually prepared, but I wasn’t really emotionally prepared,” he says. “I’m not sure if there is any way you can be ready. It still came as a shock.”
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- Therapy Is a Laughing Matter
- Music Therapy Inspires Cancer Patients
- Pilates Strengthens the Body
- Cancer Patients Have Fun with NIA
- Kundalini Yoga ‘Awakens’ Cancer Patients
- Hatha Yoga Focuses on Postures, Breathing
- Qigong Slowly Calms Cancer Patients
- Tai Chi Good for Cancer Patients
- Mind-Body Practices Good for Cancer Patients
In the February 2009 Issue
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