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In this podcast, Nathan Welham describes an engineered vocal fold mucosa that shows promise for restoring voice to patients with some types of dysphonia.

source: Science Translational Medicine

As written by blogger MessyNessy, "Have you ever wondered why Hollywood favorites like Katharine Hepburn spoke as if they only just stepped off the ferry from England, despite being American born and bred? Well I've wondered about...

source: Messy Nessy Chic

Researchers say they've grown new sets of vocal cords from just a few cells, and think they might be able to create custom-grown replacements for people who have lost their own voices. The highly specialized cells — taken from living people and from a cadaver —...

source: NBC News

Anne Sofie von Otter has reached a career level at which she gets to do whatever the heck she wants. Historically, some classical singers — von Otter is a mezzo-soprano — have used this as an excuse to behave badly...

source: The Washington Post

Can people with severe breathing problems lead a more fulfilling life? Philips believes they can. Follow the remarkable story of 18 who defy the odds to discover a new sense of independence and freedom.

source: Philips

The annual renewal period for your membership in NATS has begun! Each year, the renewal period begins Oct. 1 and continues until Feb. 1. NATS membership runs on a calendar year (Jan. 1-Dec. 31), so your timely renewal ensures that NATS...

source: NATS


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