Stutter no more
As demonstrated on network television, Dr. Schwartz offers a breakthrough technique to conquer stuttering in less than three months--with a long-term success rate of 93.4 percent. His amazing treatment, called the "Passive Airflow Technique", corrects the underlying physiological cause of stuttering: a stress-induced locking of the vocal cords. Line drawings.
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A Note to the Reader
The Discovery of the Physical Cause
The Hunt for the Stutter Reflex
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