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A father-of-two who lost the ability to speak after suffering a stroke has regained his voice after an intensive speech therapy course.
Tom Bulatovic, 50, from Chiswick, was barely able to say his own name or those of his family due to a condition called aphasia.
Affecting 350,000 people in the UK, Aphasia is caused by damage to the brain and leaves people struggling to communicate and understand language.
Mr Bulatovic, a university audio visual expert, had barely any improvement on the routine therapy offered by the NHS after his stroke last summer.