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Singing therapy enables stroke patients to speak

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Over 100 years ago, doctors first noticed that people, who could not speak after an injury to the speech center in the left side of their brains, could still sing. In the 1970s, researcher in Boston started using what they termed “singing therapy” to help stroke survivors regain the power to speak. The…
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