The Globe and Mail – Health & Fitness

Globe and Mail Dec 4 2019

Written by Gabi Constantinescu

Gabi is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Alberta. She is also the CPO for True Angle. Her doctoral work directly influenced the design and development of the Mobili-T®, a mobile therapy system for swallowing exercise.

May 8, 2020

Researchers say new technology helps some patients with neck and tongue cancer relearn how to swallow food Lesley O’Connor-Parsons expected never to eat solid foods again. But after participating in the six-week trial of a new mobile technology aimed at helping patients with head and neck cancers relearn how to swallow, she ate a small cheeseburger – her first solid food in nearly five years.

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