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JoeMarchese

Joe M. - Cochlear Ambassador

  Hello everyone!     I am Joe Marchese the former Awareness Manager for Cochlear Americas Eastern and Mid-Atlantic...

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High Fives: 40

MichaelNoble

Michael Noble - A Cochlear Staff

 "Your son, Michael, will never be able to hear, speak, or do the things a normal hearing person would do,” my parents were told.  I...

High Fives: 108

JDavid

JDavid

I have had progressive hearing loss since I came out of the Navy in 1967.  I did not start wearing hearing aids until 1992.  They only...

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High Fives: 23

JBWestlake

JBWestlake - Cochlear Awareness Volunteer

I contacted measles at age 6. At that time, I lost a significant amount of hearing and progressively lost the rest by age 30. I am 52 and...

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High Fives: 57

Jenhiker

Jenhiker

I was born moderately to severely hard of hearing.  Over the years my hearing decreased a little.   Hearing aid technology improved...

High Fives: 14

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Rosie C

Hearing History: I was born with hearing in both ears... but when I was two I wasn't talking as much as expected so my parents got me...

High Fives: 37

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Julie Martin-Cochlear Volunteer Ambassador

Written beginning of January 2009:  I was born with moderate to severe hearing loss progressing fast to profound and have been wearing...

High Fives: 40

Jwatson

Jwatson

My hearing loss is a confusing one as there may be more than one probable cause.  When my mother was pregnant with me, my sister came...

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High Fives: 29

saintjodi

saintjodi

Surgery is now scheduled for 6/15/11 in OKC....I'm on my way to the 'better hearing world' May 2011 update to the below.....went to OKC...

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High Fives: 8

DoraWeber

Dora Weber

I was never a stranger to deafness as both my parents ,3 brothers and my sister were deaf or hearing impaired.I began to lose my hearing...

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High Fives: 22

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