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  Stammering 9 September 2004  
Its impact on women's lives and how it can be helped

Rachel Everard is chair of the British Stammering Association and ran a workshop called 'Women Who Stammer Unite', at a recent conference. She joins Jenni, along with Linda Lewis to talk about how stammering affects women's lives and what can be done about it.

BBC Health - Stammering
Scientists set up a stammer library
British Stammering Association
Women Living With Stuttering
The Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children


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