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For more than a generation now, cochlear implants have, for some, been transforming the experience of deafness. In this week’s Op-Doc, “Between Sound and …

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32 comments

Bakar Abukaf 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

Why they did not make small

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Michael Garza 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

I had to watch this video for an audiology class.

So I guess there's only one person of color in all of New York City with a cochlear implant, huh? Interesting…

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Peter DeBoer 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

I'm deaf in one ear. Do people like me do well with these implants?

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Super Nick 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

I have tears in my eyes watching this video because my lil girl has this issue and she will probably have to get the implant soon and I can just see from these beautiful testimonies how wonderful they turned out to be all of them! I can’t wait to hear my lil girl speak ❤️

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Manny Espinola 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

Thank you for this video

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Dibald Gyfm 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

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Mr Barack 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

7:52 does the cochlear implant make the same sound as the AirPods when the battery is dying?

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MUHAMMAD ARIF 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

very difficult life of those people who not heard and listen sound very important video thanks a lot of

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Vee Vintage 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

What a dear person would not have given 30 years ago or longer to live in a time where you could get an implant that allows them to hear. Wow.

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essadis 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

i'm SSD. I really want to hear out of my left ear. Anyone have experience with a cochlear with SSD?

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Dear Summer days 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

I want to get that too but it's really expensive in my country.

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Dale Henry 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

I can relate to the part about deaf speech, when ever hearings or cochlear processor is taken off it affects your speech quickly.

For 3 years prior to getting implanted, I couldn’t hear much at all and my speech was terrible. People had so much trouble understanding me but as soon as my processor was turned on people noticed my speech improved.

I could tell the pretty girl who got emotional has deaf speech, but the others not so much.

All of the people on here presented well and spoke well too, it’s hard to describe what we can hear and how it sounds.

As a born deaf person, I can relate to their stories.

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That Jamerican Kidd 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

The one in red was clearest I want her speech therapist

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buttons&gadgetsdr1 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

yes i agree you are deaf, you are disabled, it does define ytou IN PART, it is one of MANY things to make you, you, BUT it is not the only thing that defines or makes you who you are, and i cannot stand the whole disabled deaf community culture, they embrace it—- which is a good thing as far as being comfortable and confident in yourself, and not feeling pity or shame but through the years people has took it way too far and all they do now is limit themselves, hang on to that as a sole and main identity and victim-hood, screw that, id rather have opportunities and options in life, if you live and focus soley in the disabled world, you end up severely limitingy our own potential , for education, jobs, careers, relationships, activities, ect.

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Peter Porras 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

These people are very emotionally strong . Gives so much hope.

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thomas bird 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

Thanks for this video!

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Catalleya Storm 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

Glad someone’s batteries died on here. The amount of awkward places my batteries have died in is funny.

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EhCloserLook 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

Very touching. Great video article.

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Mithun singh Shikhwat 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

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Mithun singh Shikhwat 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

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L Haviland 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

6:47 GAMERS RISE UP!

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Daniel Davis 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

As some one who grew up as hearing impaired, I cant image what its like to be deaf.

Much respect and appreciation for these people for sharing there storing.

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Tim Noseworthy 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

I like it

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Blue Turtle 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

These people have a positive experience with a CI, and thats great. I dont want to take that away. Its definitely a great option for deaf people. But I see a lot of parents with deaf kids in these comments. PLEASE do not deprive your kids of sign language. If you want them to speak and read lips too, thats fine. Those are useful skills. But they need a language they have easy access to and can communicate with. If you had to learn to read without braille or eyesight, you'd be screwed. Same thing with deaf people trying to learn a spoken language. Lipreading is like feeling the pages for the imprint a pencil left behind. Mostly guessing.
-A deaf girl

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VoltageLP 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

Even with those implants the sounds they do hear would sound horrifying to a normal person, but at least that's something. Hopefully the technology will improve and allow these guys to listen to music and hear the pitch and stuff like that =(

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Blue Turtle 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

10:46 what an awful audiologist!

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MustyMusic 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

the guy in blue shirt's speech is awesome

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Joshua Cheng 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

Love all the vulnerability shown here!

I was diagnosed with Asperger's in middle school and it's helped me understand and accept the challenges I face and differences in decision making & social interaction.

Hearing from people like you helps me keep owning who I am 😀

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KD Minimally 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

I love this!! Thank you!! My youngest was born profoundly deaf and we do his CI surgeries next month.

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zhen wang 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

Can I translate this video into Chinese and publish online again? My son has hearing impairments and I am trying to help more people in China to understand CI and the stories and the people behind it.

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Tudor Miller 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

Great video. I'm hard of hearing. I don't wear hearing aids, or cochlear implants. I have Auditory Processing Disorder.

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Nyleve Eiram 29/09/2021 - 8:01 PM

I went from born deaf to hearing loss then now go profound hearing loss…. Now I will know what's it's like to be completed deaf in on ear then the other. It's so hard to go through this.

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