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"I hear about 13 or so voices," she said in a news release from Durham University, in England.
In one class, his teacher calls him to the front to make him apologize to his class for disrupting the class and promise he won't do it again.
Determined to find out what is wrong with her son, Ellen seeks medical help.
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A psychiatrist believes that Brad's tics are the result of his parents' divorce. Ellen takes her search to the library and comes across Tourette syndrome (TS) in a medical book.
She shows this to the psychiatrist, who agrees with the diagnosis, and says that there is no cure.Brad and his mother attend a support group for the first and last time.From then on, Brad aspires to never be like the other members of the support group and to become successful.The ending titles tell that Brad got his master's degree; he dressed up as Homer, (Atlanta Braves) mascot; he married Nancy in 2006; and a photograph of the real Brad Cohen teaching his class are shown.The script was adapted from the book by Tom Rickman Following his 2006 appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, in 2007 Cohen spoke at a conference after Timothy Shriver of the Special Olympics.He helps Thomas with reading and makes an impression on Heather, a girl with terminal cancer.