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The Hearing Restoration Project provides hope for people who have hearing loss as well as for those who have tinnitus.
As nearly all tinnitus case occur with hearing loss, a cure for hearing loss could also equal a cure for tinnitus. The HRP is a collaborative group of esteemed scientists in the US, UK, and Canada working together to regenerate hair cells in the inner ear to develop a genuine biologic cure for hearing loss and tinnitus in our lifetime.
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Alongside the HRP, there is much additional research being conducted to develop therapies and new treatments to bring relief to tinnitus sufferers. Meet one researcher, a 2012 HHF Emerging Research Grant Recipient, who is working to identify the genes that are important for regeneration in the mammalian ear.
Learn about other tinnitus research.
Tinnitus is the conscious experience of sound that originates in the head of the patient. It is hearing sound without an external, acoustic source. Roughly 90 percent of tinnitus cases occur with an underlying hearing loss. Learn more about tinnitus and its causes.
Tinnitus and hearing loss are the top service-related disabilities among veterans; 60 percent of those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan return home with hearing loss. See more of tinnitus by the numbers.
Listen to the sounds of tinnitus.
(via the American Tinnitus Association)
A hearing test should be the
first step in an audiological evaluation of tinnitus. Starting with a thorough medical exam, the proper diagnosis and evaluation of tinnitus are both critical for successful tinnitus management. Learn about diagnosing tinnitus.
Find a tinnitus treatment center in your area.
While the HRP works to develop a cure for tinnitus, there are many treatment options now available to help alleviate the ringing or buzzing.
Review the articles below to find the best tinnitus treatment option for you.
Find a tinnitus treatment center in your area.
Tinnitus is the largest healthcare issue for returning veterans.  A new approach to progressive tinnitus management in veterans is being explored to help our service men and women alleviate the ear ringing.
Many musicians & artists experience tinnitus from years of exposing their ears to loud music.  Here several artists share their experience with tinnitus. HHF partners with the Les Paul Foundation which honors guitarist & songwriter Les Paul.
With an incidence rate roughly equal to that of adults, childhood tinnitus presents challenges for the young patient who may not have the ability to name the condition.
Share your experience with tinnitus in our online scrapbook and read about others who exerpience it too.
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