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Mass. Eye and Ear in the News 2005

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Treatments Offer Help for Macular Degeneration (audio program) NPR

Sinus Mysteries Solved! ABC News

Music Making Fans Deaf? RollingStone

Study Shows Bacterium Present In Eyes With 'Wet' Age-related Macular DegenerationScienceDaily.com

I Can See Clearly Now AARP Bulletin

Hunks Pose In Calendar For A Cause BostonChannel.com

Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Researchers Develop Evaluation Tools to Improve Surgical Residents' Competence, Care; Research Described in Journal Ophthalmology, to Be Presented at American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting Ascribe

ARVO Honors Researcher for Work with PDT Ophthalmology Times

Sundin Out up to Six Weeks -The Maple Leafs Captain Took a Puck in the Left Eye in the NHL Season Opener London Free Press

Eye Disease Creeps Up on Canadians GlobeandMail.com

Volunteers Help Researchers Study Balance USA Today

Device Restores Voices Silenced By Cancer TheBostonChannel.com

Is There a Link Between Viagra and Blindness?  50connect.co.uk

Higher Levels of Systemic Inflammatory Markers Associated With Progression of Age-Related Macular Degeneration; Results Published in June Issue of Archives of Ophthalmology Ascribe

FDA Probing Impotence Drug, Blindness Link Boston Channel

Researchers Test New Vest To Treat Dizziness Boston Channel

Can you hear me now WebMD.com

Dr. Ramon Franco, Laryngologist Boston Singers Resource

Gene therapy is first deafness 'cure' The New Scientist

Sudden Deafness Study Under Way The BostonChannel.com

Docs Perform Implantable Contact Lens Procedure The BostonChannel.com