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    my cochlear implant horror story

    The electronic device, that allows the deaf to hear, is called the Neurophone, invented by Patrick Flanagan. It doesn't broadcast, it sends the impulses to the skin, which then go to the hearing centers in the brain.
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    my cochlear implant horror story

    Stephaniep, there's a hearing aide that helps with tinnitus. I think it's called AGX, and it must be adjusted by the audiologist a number of times.
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    HEAR FULLY; NOT MERELY AN AIDE

    I heard that before. Back with a new name? You talk like you're in the FDA, but you're only a person. You don't give orders. ... It's been so long ago, I forgot how it works. It doesn't transmit microwaves. In 1958, Patrick Flanagan invented the Neurophone. This electronic device transmits...
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    HEAR FULLY; NOT MERELY AN AIDE

    There is an electronic transmitter device that broadcasts sound directly to the hearing center of the brain. It's proven that the deaf can hear with it. It's not known by the medical mainstream. I learned about all kinds of alternative technology more than 10 year ago
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    my cochlear implant horror story

    Tony, there is an electronic transmitter device that broadcasts sound directly to the hearing center of the brain. It's proven that the deaf can hear with it. It's not known by the medical mainstream. I learned about all kinds of alternative technology more than 10 year ago
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    my cochlear implant horror story

    Laurie, I followed everything about alien implants, Whitley Streiber, etc.
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