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Moment Deaf Toddler Hears for First Time With Brainstem Device

Alex Frederick is part of a clinical trial for a hearing device not yet FDA-approved for children.
03/05/2014

Transcript for Moment Deaf Toddler Hears for First Time With Brainstem Device

Healed and healthy Alex returns to the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary to half his -- BI switched on for the very first time. Those wires connect the device inside his head to a sound generated.... See More
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