Purdue innovation could help people with severe hearing loss

Purdue innovation could help people with severe hearing loss
Joshua Alexander, assistant professor in Purdue University's Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences, tests hearing aids used by Mel Chua, Purdue doctoral candidate in engineering education, in his laboratory. Alexander has created a …
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Safety results from Auris Medical's clinical development of AM-101 presented
The primary safety endpoint was the occurrence of clinically relevant hearing deterioration from baseline to Day 30, defined as increase in the pure tone hearing threshold ≥15 dB in any two contiguous test frequencies. The Phase IIb study confirmed …
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