Hello, my daughter Magnolia was diagnosed with Laryngial Pappilloma and is 1 year of age. I have read in many articles that it can cause larynx cancer or cancer in the throat in time. It has also been portrayed that pappilloma can spread to the lungs. Has anyone had an experience such as this? Or has any information on children living with this prolonged condition? Have they developed cancerous growths over time? What about problems breathing? I am very concerned since this is something that may not go away. She is currenlty under a laser treatment program but so far it is not as succesful as I had hoped. Just doing more research, and was curious to how many other parents out there, are dealing with the same issues as myself.. ThanksReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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