"I can come by here and have a couple of polyps lasered off my vocal cords and then go straight to work."
— Daryl Collins, age 53

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March 2011
"Vocal cord lesion laser therapy was as easy as a dental procedure." -- Learn how Emory Voice Center physician Dr. Adam Klein treats patients with the pulsed KTP laser and patients' reaction to this laser therapy.

February 2011
Health Watch: Saving Voices -- Emory Voice Center physicians talk with Fox-5 health reporter Beth Galvin about rehabilitating a lead singer's voice from the band "The Return," and how American Idol contestants can protect their voices.

March 2010
The Emory Voice Center has partnered with MusiCares®, the nonprofit foundation established by the Recording Academy® (the organization responsible for the GRAMMY Awards), to provide vocal health services for musicians in need.  FULL STORY

March 2008
The Emory Voice Center Helps Patients Restore Damaged Voice with Injectable Gel
Damaged and paralyzed vocal cords can be restored with use of a natural filler, similar to collagen, that typically is used to plump lips or smooth wrinkles, say doctors at the... FULL STORY

May 2007
New Laser Offers Alternative to Surgery in Treating Voice Disorders
Emory University Hospital Midtown is the only site in the Southeast to use a new type of laser to treat certain voice disorders that in the past might have required surgery. Called the pulsed pota... FULL STORY

April 2007
The Emory Voice Center Hosts First Annual Research Benefit in Honor of World Voice Day
April 16 is a memorable day to many because it signifies that tax returns are due, but it is also important because it is World Voice Day - a day to raise public awareness about the importance of the ... FULL STORY

July 2005
Emory Physician Receives Award to Support Research on the Aging Voice
Michael M. Johns, III, MD, assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at Emory University School of Medicine and director of The Emory Voice Center, will receive the prestigious Dennis W.... FULL STORY

April 2005
'Listen to Your Voice, It May Be Telling You Something': World Voice Day 2005
The problem developed slowly over time. Self-described as a Type-A personality, Steve Walton, an associate professor in the practice of decision and information analysis, Emory University Goizueta B... FULL STORY

May 2004
Voice Patients Get Better at Emory with New "Virtual" Technology
Professionals who use their voices to make a living are intensely aware of the problems that tired and overstressed vocal cords can cause. The healing process includes learning proper use of the voi... FULL STORY

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