Boogie Board helps give cancer patients a voice
Imagine losing your voice forever and suddenly not being able to utter a word. For some people, this prospect is a reality and the feeling of not being able to communicate like they once did changes their life completely.
Kim Winterton, 73, who lives in Eccleston, near Chorley, had to undergo surgery to remove her voice box after being diagnosed with cancer near her vocal cords seven years ago. She has been using a Boogie Board ever since.
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