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You are probably visiting this website because you, a family member, or friend has been diagnosed with Bell's Palsy - often called Facial Palsy or Facial Paralysis. The Bell’s Palsy Association - BPA  - is a registered charity and is established to provide help and information to sufferers of this condition. Please browse the site pages or visit our Online Forums for friendly practical advice from past and present sufferers.

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No doubt you are looking for as much information about Bell’s Palsy as you can find, so we have linked here to other useful sources of information.

Bell's palsy: Your stories of living with half a smile

Bell's palsy: Facing the TV cameras with half a smile

Steroid 'key' to Bell’s Palsy treatment

'I had to eat my food through a straw'

Surgeons make new eyelid implant for facial palsy sufferers

Andrew Lloyd Webber tells of his nightmare brush with paralysis (Bell’s Palsy)

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ tvshowbiz/article-397931/Lloyd-Webber-tells-nightmare-brush-paralysis.html#ixzz2EtJMCY H2

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Bell's Palsy taught me I'm more than a face

Learning to smile again: Inspiring recovery of TV reporter after Bell's Palsy

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ news/article-2165694/Learning-smile-Inspiring-recovery-TV-reporter-Bells-Palsy-attack-left-control-right-face.html#ixzz2EtLCyAp5

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