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Beltone Legend RIE hearing aid
Oticon Performance Line Alta2 hearing instruments
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Research

Inherited Genes Factor Into Hearing Loss Among Cancer Patients

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St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital scientists have found that variations of inherited genes are associated with hearing loss in young cancer patients treated with cisplatin, a drug widely used to treat brain tumors and other types of cancer.

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People

Carsten Trads to Retire from Clarity

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Carsten Trads, president of Clarity and a long-time figure in the hearing healthcare industry, will retire from his current position in mid-May.

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Tech Topic

Speech Intelligibility Benefits of FaceTime

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Streaming speech to hearing instruments was found in a study to provide a significant speech intelligibility benefit, as did adding visual information through FaceTime and extended frequency bandwidth.

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Product News

Amplisound Releases New Tinnitus Device

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Amplisound has announced the release of a new tinnitus device called Quell, which is designed to be used effectively with any tinnitus therapy. While there are many devices available for tinnitus relief, including hearing aids, Quell is particularly suitable for patients who respond specifically to sound therapy and do not want a hearing aid or need amplification.

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MED-EL Founders and Colleagues Receive 2015 Russ Prize

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The NAE announced that MED-EL co-founders Ingeborg and Erwin Hochmair, as well as cochlear implant pioneers Blake Wilson, Graeme Clark, and Michael Merzenich, have been awarded the 2015 Russ Prize for bioengineering.