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La Ley de reautorización de la FDA de 2017 designó una nueva clase de audífonos de venta libre.

A partir del lunes, los consumidores pueden comprar audífonos, destinados a adultos con pérdida auditiva de leve a moderada, directamente en los estantes de las tiendas y a precios mucho más bajos, ya que finalmente entra en vigencia una ley federal de 2017. Read more»

The FDA Reauthorization Act of 2017 designated a new class of OTC hearing aids.

After a long delay, the Food and Drug Administration issued final regulations for over-the-counter hearing aids, meaning that consumers could see OTC hearing aids hitting the shelves of community pharmacies nationwide by the end of the year. Read more»

Aparna Rao, pictured at the ASU Speech and Hearing Service clinic in Tempe, leads a collaborative effort to provide hearing care to low-income residents.

The Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing is partnering with ASU’s Speech and Hearing Clinic to provide a year’s worth of hearing care to patients who are 21 or older and make less than $17,130 individually or less than $23,169 in a two-person household. Read more»