Stuttering Drug

John talks with Gerald A Maguire, associate clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, Irvine, about his study, which shows a drug used to treat psychosis is also effective in treating stuttering. Maguire takes the drug himself. (4:30) For more information, see the National Stutters Association website, or call 1-800-364-1677.

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