Iraqi boy who cannot hear gets cochlear implant in U.S.

02/18/2009 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Three-year-old Mustafa Ghazwan was injured in a U.S. missile strike in Iraq almost two years ago, causing a loss in hearing, but San Francisco doctors recently fitted him with a cochlear device that is now helping him learn to hear and speak again. The implant eventually should allow him to understand speech and music, doctors said.

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