There appears to be a genetic link, because dyslexia runs in families. Some researchers have associated changes in the DCDC2 gene with reading problems and dyslexia. While the vast majority of people with dyslexia have it from birth, it is possible to acquire it, usually due to a brain injury or stroke.
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