During what should have been a routine thyroidectomy the surgeon spotted a shadow on the CT scan.
What followed were tests, operations, scar tissue, complications and more operations.
I had to breathe through a tracheostomy tube for six months, be fed through a tube for twelve months and was unable to speak for twelve weeks.
This is my story of how I made it through a partial laryngectomy with some of the best care the NHS had to offer.
Available on Amazon
About the Author
Jo Jenner grew up in Nottingham and gradually moved further south as part of her ‘day job’ as a certified accountant.
Now based in East Kent she has published a collection of short stories and is currently working on her first novel.
Her musings and other short stories can be found on her blog
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