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Texoma Clinic Works With Stuttering Patients

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Millions of people across the country suffer through stuttering, including many here in Texoma.

Now there is help out there for those hoping to make a difference in their lives.

KTEN's Gregg Watson talked with The Rehabilitation Center in Sherman about the different options for treatment.

The Rehabilitation Center can be reached at (903)-893-7457.


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