World's first disposable hearing aid taps into massive unmet need of the baby boomer generation
This article was originally published in Clinica
A US company is launching the world's first disposable hearing aid for mild to moderate hearing loss. The analogue device will cost $39 and will be thrown away after 40 days use.
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