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Early Brain Stimulation May Help Stroke Survivors Recover Language Function, McGill University Study


6/28/2013 8:51:27 AM

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Non-invasive brain stimulation may help stroke survivors recover speech and language function, according to new research in the American Heart Association journal Stroke. Between 20 percent to 30 percent of stroke survivors have aphasia, a disorder that affects the ability to grasp language, read, write or speak. It's most often caused by strokes that occur in areas of the brain that control speech and language.

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