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Rich Stephens talks about his experiences with stuttering, and the power of not feeling alone. He feels strongly that “stuttering should never be a taboo subject”. He believes that “to understand anything you need to start at the beginning. Which is why The Genetics of Stuttering Study is so important for the future generations of people who stutter.”
What an exciting day we had on Friday! The Genetics of Stuttering team spent the day speaking to the media about the study, and put a call out for anybody who has ever experienced stuttering to volunteer for our study.
New research from the study team: We found a new gene that causes a neurodevelopmental disorder, with speech impairment.
“We identified seven affected females in four pedigrees with likely pathogenic variants in ZNF142” – Khan et al. 2019
UK-based followers 🇬🇧 - please take the time to look at this survey if you want to share your thoughts about the impact of #COVID19 on people who #stutter!!
#research #stammering https://t.co/ZfnsZ4pMAp
We are still looking for people who have ever experienced #stuttering to take part in our #research study! 🧬
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We are still recruiting!
If you have ever experienced #stuttering, and are interested in being involved in stuttering #research, see our website for details about how you can get involved!