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Keeping Kids In Tune

Keeping Kids In Tune

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Keeping Kids In Tune

Keeping Kids In Tune

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Keeping Kids In Tune

Keeping Kids In Tune

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Keeping Kids In Tune
Keeping Kids In Tune

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Hearing Loss in Cisplatin Treated Patients

David Freyer, DO, of the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles and professor of pediatrics at Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, explains the mechanisms by which hearing loss can occur in children (and adults) treated with cisplatin, a chemotherapy agent commonly used in oncology. Read More

Sodium Thiosulfate and the Prevention of Hearing Loss in Cisplatin-treated Patients

Sodium thiosulfate (STS) is a water-soluble thiol compound and acts as a chemical reducing agent. Administration of STS may protect against platinum-induced ototoxicity. Read More

A New Era in Hearing Loss Protection for Cancer Patients

Dr Freyer is looking forward to future studies in this field to provide options for patients, especially pediatric patients, undergoing platinum-based cancer therapy. Read More