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Stephen

Stephen K

My name is Stephen Kesler and I am a military retiree who went into the Army in October 1970. When I entered the military my hearing...

High Fives: 3

SharonK

Sharon K.

My name is Sharon, and I'm a new member of the cochlear implant community. I've experienced unexplained, gradual but, progressive...

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High Fives: 17

Linda

Linda K. - Cochlear Volunteer

I was a hearing person for many years until 2005 when I became sick and fell into a coma for 8 days. When I woke up, I was totally deaf....

High Fives: 26

DrPaul

High Fives: 1

StevenWhetstone

Steven Whetstone - Cochlear Ambassador

Posted 05/24/11: What's your story and in what ways has the Cochlear Implant changed your life? I was almost 2 years old, crying,...

High Fives: 16

CraigCCochlearVolunteer

CraigCCochlearVolunteer

I was born with normal hearing. At age 18 months I became ill with a high fever and was hospitalized because they could not bring the...

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High Fives: 19

CarolBCochlearAwarenessNetworkVolunteer

Carol B - Cochlear Volunteer Ambassador

My Cochlear Implant Story is one of great joy and certainly full of amazement. In 1996 I was seriously considering disability retirement,...

High Fives: 51

MartyG

MartyG

I have had a progressive hearing loss since my mid-30s when I began to wear two hearing aids.  My hearing continued to go downhill...

High Fives: 3

Charlotte

Charlotte

  I have been profound sensorineural loss since I was 4 years old. I wore a hearing aid on my left ear, but the right ear did not work...

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High Fives: 10

Newbie

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: 41

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