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Ongoing quest to silence tinnitus

Tinnitus affects roughly 50 million people and is now the number one disability among our men and women in uniform, costing the U.S. about .7 billion a year to treat. But even with these staggering numbers, there's still no know cure for tinnitus. Finding a solution to lessen symptoms can be just as challenging, but physicians now have a growing range of options to offer patients to help manage symptoms ? with possible new treatments on the horizon.
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