Real Life Laryngectomee: Stewart’s Story

My story begins upon seeing my ENT consultant; November 4th 2013. The endoscopy found there was a tumour blocking 95% of my airway. I was therefore immediately admitted to the ward, and had a tracheostomy to clear my airway the next day. In the week following I had an 11 hour operation to remove the tumour and… Read more

Compounds in the breath could help detect cancer of the Larynx

Cancer of the Larynx could be detected by certain compounds found in breath according to researchers at the Rey Juan Carlos University and the Alcorcón Hospital (Madrid). Rafael García and his team who are leading the research plan to create a breath analyser that is like an electronic nose that detects certain compounds that… Read more