John Pollock

14-Year Update – October, 1991

Dear Dr. Cooper:

You did a great job of curing Zel's spasmodic dysphonia. This has been a very difficult start of a new school year for her - with as many as thirty-eight children in her kindergarten class until they formed a new class. Although she came home dead tired, her voice has held up nicely.

We are both grateful to you for your expertise in the field of spasmodic dysphonia. Zel loves teaching kindergarten and we both know she would have been very unhappy to have had to give up her teaching career, as was suggested to her by one of the Ear-Nose-Throat Doctors who treated her when she lost her voice. He told her it was an "incurable condition."

So thanks again!