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Microtransponder and Kilgard now with researchers in Belgium to set up a protocol for the implementation of of the first round of testing work on humans pills . Fewer than half of therapies in rats, on animals be successful if they tested on humans, said Kilgard. We want find out how we can see how well that works in rats, This is what this phase of research Said he. Once we have that ,, we try a similar therapy in humans, and we hope this provides a permanent end to their tinnitus symptoms. .

Professor Richard Bayford and Dr Andrew Tizzard of Middlesex University are part of an international team that has developed a mathematical formula to create images from scanners that do not use radiation as current methods. Continue reading

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