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June is Aphasia Awareness Month.   About 1 million people in the United States currently have aphasia, and nearly 180,000 Americans acquire it each year, according to the National Aphasia Association. Aphasia is not a cognitive disorder but rather an acquired language disorder that results from damage to parts of the brain that help us process language. Stroke is the most common cause, but aphasia can also occur after head injuries, brain tumor or a progressive neurological disease. Another type of...

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