Donald A. Locasto, MD
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine; Director of Special Operations Institute
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Kevin was in his mid-40s when he began to notice that he wasn’t hearing quite as well as in the past. But the change was gradual, so he didn’t worry about it. A few years went by, and the hearing...
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In the emergency...
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