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The unique behavioral stuttering therapy program at nonprofit Hollins Communications Research Institute enabled accomplished composer and violinist Richard Sortomme to speak fluently for the first
Stuttering expert Ronald L. Webster, Ph.D. explains how using science and advanced technology now make lasting fluency possible for people who stutter.
UAlberta researcher and ISTAR executive director says study results could increase understanding of brain and speech production, improving treatment.
There is about a one in ten chance that your child may develop a stuttering problem, but that doesn't mean they won't do well in school, says new research.
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