Wound care center uses hyperbaric oxygen to treat necrotic bone

01/29/2013 | Today's News-Herald (Lake Havasu City, Ariz.)

A woman whose jaw bone became necrotic after she received chemotherapy and radiation for tongue cancer is being treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy at Havasu Regional Medical Center's Wound Care Centre in Havasu City, Ariz. She previously traveled to Redlands, Calif., for treatment and said she is pleased to have a specialized wound care center closer to home.

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