Singing without a voice box
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Laryngectomy patients learn to sing without a voice box

You would think the one thing all singers need is a voice box, but the Shout at Cancer choir are out to prove otherwise.

Each of the choristers has undergone a laryngectomy, the surgical removal of the larynx, and with it the voice.

But now they're in tune with each other in a deeper sense than most choirs as they support one another with a life beyond cancer.

  • 06 May 2019
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