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Toronto Star - August 4, 2016 - Kerry Gillespie. Ian Kent who has dystonia, has been competitive from the moment he and his older brother started playing in the basement as kids in the 1970s through to more recent years when, despite his disability, he continued to beat everyone in Nova Scotia, including his adult sons, in able-bodied table tennis. More
Global TV Edmonton
Jean Sharon Abbott spent nearly all of her life believing she had an incurable condition that left her feeling "trapped" in her own body -- unaware that many of her symptoms could be easily treated with a pill.