BBC radio presenter Clemency Burton-Hill has told how she learnt to speak again a year after suffering a brain haemorrhage that left her in a coma for 17 days. The host of the award-winning Radio 3 podcast Classical Fix had to have half of her skull removed by surgeons after she collapsed during a work meeting in New York last January. Miss Burton-Hill, 39, who is also a violinist, woke up unable to make a sound and it is only in the last few weeks that she has been able to speak a little more fluently. The mother of two suffered a haemorrhage caused by a previously undiagnosed arteriovenous malformation — when an abnormal cluster of blood vessels meshes with the arteries and veins in the brain. Doctors have said that the 'amazing' way in which she has recovered her speech could have been aided by her line of work, in broadcasting.
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