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Cumbrian cerebral palsy woman could communicate via computer

13 August 2014 Last updated at 10:47 BST

A woman who is unable to speak may be get the power to communicate if enough money can be raied for a computer that can read her eye movements.

Laura Oglanby, 24, from Aspatria in Cumbria, has cerebral palsy and can only express herself through facial expressions, laughter and crying.

Funds are being raised to buy a computer that would use her eye movements to convey more complex messages.

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