Throat Cancer Foundation ambassador, Jon Organ shares his daily routine he undertakes to look after his stoma

Jon Organ, 57 year old, family man, from the south of England was diagnosed with stage 4 laryngeal cancer in late 2022.   After having to have a laryngectomy and enduring several tough weeks of chemotherapy and radiotherapy follow up treatment, Jon was fitted with stoma.

It hasn’t been the easiest of journey for Jon and his family, not only dealing with the shock of a throat cancer diagnosis, the physical impact of the treatment, as well the emotional impact of having his voice taken from him.   But despite this, Jon is disciplined and gets on with what he needs to do to look after himself on a daily basis.

Here he shares his daily morning routine of what is required for him to look after his throat and stoma.

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