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Author Topic: happy to chat-sad stories-don't have all the answers-ctoma survivor  (Read 2020 times)
Bilateral
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« on: March 30, 2014, 02:27:51 PM »

Hello all,
I am 53 and just had the removal of a c-toma in my right ear. My left ear was affected at 17 and I was single sided deaf for 36 years. I now have a bone anchored implant that allows me to hear better than I have since I was a teen. I am heartbroken over all the sad stories and how many posts are read but not responded to. So I have decided to check daily for any new members or posts. This is a horrible and terrifying disease but it can be overcome. There is hope.
Sincerely,
Bilateral
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