Otolaryngology at Boston Medical

Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery

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Patient Stories 

New hearing loss device works without surgery

This hearing device is part of a trend towards developing less conspicuous hearing devices for those with impaired hearing due to aging or complete hearing loss, which may result from genetic factors, autoimmune conditions, or illnesses. Read how Maxine's hearing experience has improved significantly.

After Surgery to Remove Cancer, Doctors Give Steven Brown His Voice Back

Steven Brown is a natural storyteller. He came to Boston Medical Center with a cancerous tumor in his neck that required a total laryngectomy.Today, Steven is cancer-free and back to telling stories. The jovial 64-year-old never forgets a face and is always looking for the opportunity to share a joke, but today, he no longer takes his gift for gab for granted.

 

 Watch Video and Meet Steven Brown, Listen to his New Voice and learn more about Throat Cancer 

 

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Boston Medical Center
Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery
Moakley Building
Ground Floor
830 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02118


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