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Technology preserves ALS patient's speech for his kids
An incurable, degenerative disease slowly is robbing David Stuczynski of his ability to walk, talk, and breathe. But the Akron-area husband and father has made sure ALS will never take away his voice. With the help of the University of Akron’s Audiology and Speech Center and a research project in Delaware, Mr. Stuczynski can continue to speak with a computerized voice that sounds nearly identical to his own.
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