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It’s estimated that more than 13,000 new cases of laryngeal cancer will be diagnosed this year — some of which will cost patients all or part of the voice boxes — but new research using stem cells aims to save their speech by growing new larynges right in the lab.

Dr. David Lott and his colleagues at the Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine are leading the charge to change how laryngeal cancer is treated.

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  • My Father had surgery for laryngeal cancer in December 2017. He is in an assisted living home now. He hasn’t talked sincethe surgery. The Facility cannot order his voice box and then bill out. He is getting very upset over the his . If you have any suggestions please let me know I’m his daughter and his POA.

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