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From Myriam Westcott:

Dear friends,

The multiclinic TTTS symptom prevalence study that I have been co-ordinating has now been published in the latest edition of the Noise and Health Journal, along with some of the other papers presented at the TRI meeting in Buffalo, 2011. There is a pdf copy attached for you. Thank you for your interest in this research. I have also presented this study at the Australian Audiology Conference 2012, and at the 1st International Hyperacusis conference in London in March this year.

I am really grateful to the clinics involved that we were able to collaborate together and achieve a truly multi-clinic documentation of symptoms that are common, and have the potential to cause bewilderment, anxiety and sometimes distress to many tinnitus patients, particularly patients who have developed hyperacusis.

Kind regards

Myriam Westcott

Dineen and Westcott Audiology

To view the pdf. click on the network website link for Recent News:

http://www.hyperacusis.net/hyperacusis/recent+news/default.asp

Thank you Myriam...

Dan


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