Using VR to help cure a severe stutter
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Using VR therapy to help treat a severe stutter

Could a therapy using virtual reality help people who have a speech stutter?

Student Gareth Walkom has been working on a treatment called virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET).

Gareth has had a stutter himself from the age of six and says research suggests VRET can reduce anxiety and improve speech among participants.

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