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Offering services and support
to laryngectomees
and their families and friends

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Our AGM is on Monday 15th May.
We will be pleased to welcome a team of researchers and engineers from the Universities of Hull and Sheffield as visiting speakers. The team are developing an alternative method of speech for laryngectomees which, if successful, would make speech possible for patients who currently have been left voiceless.  

NALC has been asked to contribute to this project and we are delighted to do so.
Find out more about attending the AGM

My story: Shrenik Shah
The most recent CLAN newsletter includes this most inspiring recap from a positive and forward-thinking laryngectomee.


Find out more about us

What is a laryngectomy? 

What We Do  |  About NALC

Education Programme 


CLAN Newsletter

  YouTube  NALC YouTube channel over 24,000 views!



Can you please help NALC with your donation?

NALC is at a critical stage of our development. 

We realise that charities request funding every day and that there are many wonderful reasons to support and donate to all of them. But NALC now needs funding more than ever, and we'd like to ask you to consider supporting us and all the good work we do.

For over 30 years NALC was supported by Macmillan Cancer Support. However, Macmillan has had to reduce this support over the past few years, and NALC must now work hard to become entirely financially self-sufficient. 

This year - 2017 - is the final year in which we will receive funding from Macmillan.

A dedicated NALC sub-committee has produced an agreed action plan which includes ways of reducing our expenses with a variety of different fundraising initiatives.

Please make a donation now.


Please help us by donating to NALC. All contributions gratefully accepted