Alaryngeal Speech Enhancement: Towards a More Natural Speech

Chima, Chiamaka.


  • Abstract: Oral cancer has stereotypically been associated with mostly geriatric patients who smoke. However, this ailment affects younger people as well and there are several other factors that also cause laryngeal cancer such as voice overuse or prolonged GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). Laryngeal cancer inevitably leads to surgery or laryngectomy and thereafter, loss of phonation (i.e. lo... read more
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