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Scientists find mechanism that causes noise-induced tinnitus and drug that can prevent it

An epilepsy drug shows promise in an animal model at preventing tinnitus from developing after exposure to loud noise, according to a new study. The findings reveal for the first time the reason the chronic and sometimes debilitating condition occurs.
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