Study allays cochlear implant degradation fears
This article was originally published in Clinica
Fears that the function of cochlear implants may degrade over time when used to treat deaf children "are unfounded", reveals a long-term US study. The devices provide children with advantages in hearing, educational and communication abilities, which can result in improved quality of life and employability, without deleterious long-term effects, the study's researchers suggest.
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