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Listen to the lessons of The King's Speech: a film that shows King George VI struggling with a stammer could raise awareness and change treatments.(WORLD VIEW: A personal take on events)

Howell, Peter

Nature, Feb 3, 2011, Vol.470(7332), p.7(1) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Listen to the lessons of The King's Speech: a film that shows King George VI struggling with a stammer could raise awareness and change treatments.(WORLD VIEW: A personal take on events)
  • Autor: Howell, Peter
  • Assuntos: Stuttering -- Portrayals ; Stuttering -- Care And Treatment
  • É parte de: Nature, Feb 3, 2011, Vol.470(7332), p.7(1)
  • Descrição: The recently released film The King's Speech looks set to sweep the board at the Oscars later this month, and actor Colin Firth has been widely praised for his depiction of King George VI as he seeks to overcome a debilitating stammer. A study on a Chinese family suggests a more plausible genetic basis, as it reported mutations in genes that seem to affect parts of the brain (the basal ganglia) previously implicated in the disorder.
  • Idioma: English

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