New treatments hold promise for tinnitus patients

04/1/2008 | NYTimes.com

People with tinnitus can manage phantom sounds with the help of an MP3-player-like device manufactured by Neuromonics that is worn for two hours a day for six months. Other therapies being investigated for the treatment of the condition include surgically implanted electrodes and noninvasive magnetic stimulation.

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