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Stammering is no joke

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Published on Jul 27, 2007

Stammering/stuttering is a symptom of a condition in which the brain's neural circuits for speech have not wired normally. And, as recently as February, 2010, researchers announced that three genes have been identified as a source of stammering/stuttering.

If you are in the UK, and want help with your speech, please ring the British Stammering Association helpline on 0845 603 2001. It's run by a team of people who know only too well how hard life can be if you stammer. The BSA is the national charity - a non-profit - and is run by people who stammer, for all those whose lives are affected by stammering.

Wherever you are, if you want general advice about stammering/stuttering or simply want to learn more, go to these leading sites: www.stammering.org, www.stutteringhelp.org or www.stutteringhomepage.com.

If you want to know more about the UK Employers Stammering Network, please go to www.stammering.org/esn

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