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Aphasia and bilingualism: Using one language to relearn another

In the era of globalization, bilingualism is becoming more and more frequent, and it is considered a plus. However, can this skill turn into a disadvantage, when someone acquires aphasia from brain trauma? Research shows that the skill of speaking two languages can be disrupted, thus increasing the challenge of language rehabilitation.
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