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"Prospective assessment of an innovative and multidisciplinary treatment protocol for chronic tinnitus"


Gerald FainDr Gerald Fain, 65, has been an ENT surgeon since 1979. A graduate from Paris University hospitals (Paris VI: Saint-Antoine), Dr Fain has worked for Hospital Saint-Antoine, Hospital Tenon, Hospital Trousseau, Hospital Rothschild and the Rothschild Foundation where he became the right hand to the head of ENT. Dr Fain currently runs his private practice specialised on voice and deafness surgery, as well as other ENT communication troubles, on Avenue Matignon, and at the Turin Clinic, both based in Paris. He has published four books on hearing, voice, vertigo and snoring. Dr Fain is also the scientific director and a cofounder of Coopacou, a non-profit dedicated to tinnitus.


Chair: Professor Freddie Hamdy

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