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One step closer to a cure for tinnitus?

Posted on: Wednesday, August 20, 2014 by james robins

Helmy MuldersPeople with tinnitus experience sound in their ears, such as a ringing or buzzing, when there is no corresponding external sound. For some the condition can have a serious impact on day-to-day life, causing depression, anxiety, stress and sleep problems.

Helmy Mulders is working on tinnitus research which we’re funding at the University of Western Australia. She tells us about the latest findings, which could help develop a future cure for tinnitus.

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