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      We're funding research to find a cure to #SilenceTinnitus. Your donation could help change lives.

      In the UK alone, 6 million people have tinnitus – noise in their ears or head that's usually described as ringing or buzzing. For thousands of people it causes serious anxiety, sleep problems and stress. There are ways to manage tinnitus, but we're working to find a cure.

      We're funding research around the world to support the development of potential new treatments for tinnitus. Treatments that will silence tinnitus and change the lives of people like Jess, who's learning to cope with the high-pitched noise in her head. Please donate today.

      "When you have constant ringing in your ears and it makes you tired from not sleeping, it’s louder, it’s worse. I'd have anxiety attacks. I’m now trying different ways to manage my tinnitus. But if a treatment or cure could be found, it would change my life."
      Jess

      Dr Will working on tinnitus research
      We're funding a range of exciting tinnitus research projects, including Dr Will Sedley's at Newcastle University. His research could be a major step forward because it may make it easier to test whether potential new treatments work.
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      Help us find a cure for tinnitus

      £10 could pay for someone to take part in a study to find new ways to measure tinnitus, which will help us test new treatments.

      £20 could help pay for the collection of blood samples to look for changes in the body that could be linked to tinnitus.

      £50 could help pay for half a day of research by a PhD student to investigate the link between tinnitus, the brain and sleep.

      £100 could help pay for half a day of research by a scientist to understand how stress and anxiety affect tinnitus.

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