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Uploaded on Sep 10, 2008
Adrian, a 52 year old man from Auckland was a smoker for more than 30 years and had his entire tongue removed through surgery in March 2007 due to mouth cancer. The tongue was replaced by a flap of skin and muscle from his stomach but he has been unable to eat or drink anything since his operation. He also has a permanent tracheostomy to help him breath. He has about 6 months to live.