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HeadWay - HeadWay Spring 2012

HeadWay Spring 2012

HeadWay

Jeremy Richmon and John Carey
For their patient’s massive tumor in a sensitive location, Jeremy Richmon (standing) and John Carey had to develop a unique approach to avoid serious functional deficits.
photo by Keith Weller

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Pediatric

Research

  • The mouth harp may provide a low-tech but viable way for patients with total laryngectomies to speak again.

Head and Neck

Transnasal

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