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On International Stammering Awareness Day 2018, Professor Kate Watkins talked to BBC Radio Oxford about stammering/stuttering and the INSTEP Trial, which investigates if brain stimulation can improve speech fluency in those who stammer. 

You can listen back here: www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p06n8gxj (1:08)

International Stammering Awareness Day aims to raise public awareness of the millions of people across the world who stutter/stammer. 

To find out more about the INSTEP Trial, visit insteptrial.wordpress.com, follow @InstepTrial on Twitter or like their Facebook page - www.facebook.com/insteptrial.

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