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Hannah Waldram and Elizabeth Day, Friday 22nd June 2012 13:16
Tony Nicklinson, 57, had a massive stroke in 2005 and now suffers from locked-in-syndrome. He recently announced he had joined Twitter, and all this week we have been interviewing Tony in a series of exchanges on the social platform, with readers pitching in questions using the hashtag #TalktoTony and in comments.
The result has been a fascinating insight into what it's like to live with locked-in syndrome, his campaign for the right to die and hopes for the future. Here is a collection of the exchanges as they played out in realtime.
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