Breakthrough: A Re-sounding Remedy
In 2004, pediatric audiologist Allyson Sisler-Dinwiddie plunged into a world of silence after a car accident damaged her hearing. Under the care of hearing researcher Rene Gifford, she became one of the first test subjects of a new technique to improve cochlear implants, devices that use electrodes to stimulate cells in the inner ear.
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Produced and Directed by Emily Driscoll for NPR's Science Fridays. Camera: Jeff Nash