This is an archive of what I did during 2010 - Jan 2012
as the volunteer webmaster for a charity organization.
What you see here is NOT
the organization's current official site.
I x-ed out some names so as not to confuse the search engines.
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Welcome to ...
The Archived Page of
We are in the UK.
The Pxxxxx Lxxxxx Club (PXX)
A Charitable Support Group for Pxxxxxx Cancer Laryngectomees
So glad you are here.
We are constantly updating this website. Feel free to look around. Your feedback to us will be most welcome!
The Pxxx Laryngectomy Club (PXX) aims to offer support and care to the laryngectomees and their families in Pxxxx. We also encourage understanding and support by the public.
Laryngectomy is the removal of the larynx and separation of the airway from the mouth, nose and oesophagus. The Laryngectomee breaths through the neck, a stoma. It is done in the cases of laryngeal cancer. However, many laryngeal cancer cases are now treated only with radiation and chemotherapy, or other laser procedures, and Laryngectomy is performed when those treatments fail to conserve the larynx.
→ Preview and Download Our Flyer
If you are a Laryngectomee you would be most welcome to come along on your own
or with your partner.
→ Please fill out the Membership Application Form and send it to our Club Secretary.
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The Voice of PLC :
This is our club newsletter. The first edition was published in October 2010.
The links to each edition are on the left menu bar.
Please feel free to click and browse. We always welcome your feedback!
Come join us!
Our Members and Friends meet on the first Monday of every month.
Calendar of Events
Suffering from post lary-op side-effects? You are not alone!
See this at PLC Facebook page!
Health Care Workshop in Plymouth on 29 November 2011 --> Details
Our Members and Friends:
"English Alan in Norway"
I have just joined your club, I'm an Ex British Serviceman living in Oslo in Norway, I work as a long distance Truck driver, I had my Laryngectomy in February 2010 but as i'm a young man of 50 I must continue working until 67.
I use a provox prosthesis and have done since the operation, Mine was not cancer so I didn't have Radiotherapy or Chemo However the full Laryngectomy Operation was the same as the cancer victims, I would be most happy to have communication through E/mail with anyone who wishes to converse,
Alan D Peacey
Dr. Itzhak Brook in Washington, DC:
Dr. Itzhak Brook
I am a physician who became a laryngectomee because of throat cancer.
I am dedicating much of my time to helping fellow laryngectomees and have created a
Web site for this purpose. ( http://dribrook.blogspot.com/ )
It contains helpful practical information, access to my book, "My Voice,"
and updates on issues concerning head and neck cancer.
I hope that the members of you support group will find the information there helpful.
All the best,
Itzhak Brook MD
Washington DC USA
E-mail: email@example.com or
Rev. Colin Salter in Cornwall:
Rev. Colin Salter is the former Secretary of the SPEAK EASY club in Cornwall.
See more: My Laryngectomy Story
Speak Easy Club mentioned PLC in their June 2011 Newsletter.
Have a look!
• A list of companies who provide TRAVEL INSURANCE for people who have a disability.
— NALC does not endorse any of the above companies, but have produced this list to help you find the right travel insurance.
"Don't be a recluse.
Get out and enjoy life!
Laryngectomees are quiet for only a short time."
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Would you like to swim? Yes, Laryngectomees CAN swim !
→ Have a look: Swimming and Laryngectomees
Although the above was over there is always the next time. Do join us!
Interested? We welcome you to join our Club!
Please fill out the Membership Application Form
and send it to the Club Secretary.