After Mouth Sore Biopsy Revealed Cancer, Barbara Reed’s Tongue Was Reconstructed With Tissue From Her Arm: ‘I Was Sure it Was a Minor Thing’

Published Aug 24, 2020

After Mouth Sore Biopsy Revealed Cancer, Barbara Reed’s Tongue Was Reconstructed With Tissue From Her Arm: ‘I Was Sure it Was a Minor Thing’

Reed, 32, had a biopsy confirming a cancer diagnosis that, ultimately, required the removal of a portion of her tongue. She was surprised but says, "cancer doesn't discriminate."

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