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When Ryan Stevens was just 15, his life changed forever. He developed tics, began having seizures known as ‘tic attacks’ and at the age of 21, was diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome. Ryan is now considered to have one of the most severe cases in the UK. He joins Holly and Phillip, alongside occupational psychologist Nancy Doyle, to talk about how his condition affects his daily life.
Apologies in advance if you find anything offensive during this clip, however, we think it is important to allow Ryan to speak freely.
Broadcast on 28/11/2017
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