Living With a Laryngectomy
May 17, 2017
Free Your Voice.
Undergoing a laryngectomy does not necessarily translate into a loss of function or a reduction in quality of life. Meaghan Kane-Benjamin of Atos Medical tells us about some product technology that can help you regain your voice and your quality of life. It’s called the Provox System. It’s amazing. And meet someone who shares his story about finding his voice again—thanks to this technology. We’re talking optimal health and function! Don’t miss this!
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