Laryngeal cancer organisations
This page gives information about organisations and websites that help and support people with cancer of the voice box (larynx). There is information about
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Cancer Research UK
407 St John Street
Helpline: 0808 800 40 40
Admin phone number: 020 7242 0200
Cancer Research UK is the largest cancer research organisation in the world, outside the USA. We are the European leader in the development of new anti cancer drugs. We fund research on all aspects of the disease from its causes, to treatment and prevention.
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National Association of Laryngectomee Clubs
Suite 16, Tempo House
15 Falcon Rd
Aims to promote the welfare of people who have had a laryngectomy, and their families. Produces a video and a range of booklets, including a handbook for people who have had a laryngectomy. Supports 80 local clubs and can arrange hospital visits before and after your operation.
The Cancer Laryngectomy Trust
PO Box 618
The Cancer Laryngectomee Trust was formed in 1985 to help provide support and understanding for people who have, or need, a laryngectomy. It has a magazine for members, and a book you can send for by email.
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT)
2 White Hart Yard
This is the professional body for speech therapists in the UK. It can advise on speech therapy services and give other information to people who have had a laryngectomy.
International Association of Laryngectomees
925B Peachtree Street NE
This is an American organisation. They publish a newsletter online and have information about laryngectomy on their website.
The Squire Centre
33 to 37 University Street
Provides written information and telephone support to anyone who has any kind of facial disfigurement.
Support for People with Oral and Head and Neck Cancer
SPOHNC is an American organisation is a support network for people with cancers of the head and neck. They have a survivor to survivor network and some useful information, for example on clinical trials and products that may be helpful if you've had a head and neck cancer.
4 Sovereign Close
Helpline: 0800 00 22 00 (7 days a week, 9am to 9pm. Closed only on Christmas Day and Boxing Day)
Bengali: 0800 00 22 44 (Mondays 1 to 9pm)
Gujarati: 0800 00 22 55 (Tuesdays 1 to 9pm)
Hindi: 0800 00 22 66 (Wednesdays 1 to 9pm)
Punjabi: 0800 00 22 77 (Thursdays 1 to 9pm)
Urdu: 0800 00 22 88 (Sundays 1 to 9pm)
Turkish or Kurdish 0800 00 22 99 (Thursdays or Sundays 1 to 9pm)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (for info about QUIT)
Email: email@example.com (for individual same day advice for UK residents only)
Quit is a helpline dedicated to helping people stop smoking. The helpline is staffed by counsellors who can give you advice on how to stop smoking. They can also send you an information pack.
Macmillan Cancer Support
89 Albert Embankment
Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer. They provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care. They provide booklets on cancer and treatments and run helplines providing cancer information and benefits advice.
The Rarer Cancers Foundation
Provides information and support to people affected by a rare cancer.
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