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Tinnitus Today June 1996 Vol 21, No 2

Tinnitus Today June 1996 Vol 21, No 2

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Tinnitus Today is published three times a year, Spring (April), Summer (August) and Winter (December), and mailed to the American Tinnitus Association members and donors. Circulation is rotated to about 75,000 annually.

The American Tinnitus Association is a nonprofit human health and welfare agency under 26 USC 501(c)(3).

1996 © American Tinnitus Association.

Tinnitus Today is published three times a year, Spring (April), Summer (August) and Winter (December), and mailed to the American Tinnitus Association members and donors. Circulation is rotated to about 75,000 annually.

The American Tinnitus Association is a nonprofit human health and welfare agency under 26 USC 501(c)(3).

1996 © American Tinnitus Association.

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June 1996
Vo
lume 21, Number 2
Tinnitus Today
THE
JOURNAL
OF THE
AME
RI
CAN
TI
NN
ITUS ASSOCI
AT
I
ON
"To carryon
and
support
research
and
educational activities relating to the treatment
of
tinnitus and other defects
or
diseases
of
theear."
Since
1971
Research-Referrals-Resources
In
This Issue:
ATA's
1996 Patient SurveyWilliam
Shatner
Testifiesfor
Tinnitus
Research
Tinnitusand
Hyperacusis:A"Multi-Therapies"
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Tinnitus
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Editorial
and
advertising offices:American
Tinnitus
Association,
P.O.
Box
5 Portland, OR 97207ExecutiveDirector&' Editor:Gloria
E.
Reich, Ph.D.Associate Editor:Barbara ThbachnickEditorial Advisor:
'nudy
Drucker, Ph.D.Advertising sales:
ATA
-AD,
P.O.
Box
5,Portland, OR 97207, 800/634-8978
Trmmus
Thday
is published
quarterly
in
March, June,
September
and
December.
lt
is
mailedto
members
of
American
Tinnitus
Association
and
a selected list
of
tinnitus
sufferers
and
professionals
who
rreat
tinn
itus.Circulation
is
rotated to 75,000 annually.
The
Publisher reserves
the
right to
reject
or
edit
any
manuscript
received for publication
and
toreject
any
advertising
deemed
unsuitable for
Tinnitus
Thday.
Acceptance
of
advertising
by
Tinnirus
1bday
does notconst
itute
endorsement
of
the
advertiser,its
products
or
services,
nordoes
Tinnitus
Thday
make
any
claims
or
guarantees
as
to
the accuracy
or
validity
of
the
advertiser's offer.
The
opinions expressed
by
contributors to
Ttnmtus
1bday
are not
necessarily
those
of
the
Publisher, editors, staff,
or
advertisers
.American
Tinnitus
Association is a
non
profit
human
health
and
welfare
agency
under
26
USC
501
(c)(3)Copyright 1996
by
AmericanTinnitus
Association.
No
part
of
this publication
maybe
reproduced, stored in
a
retrieval
system,
or
transmitted in
any
form,
or by any
means,
without
the
prior
written
permission
of the
Publisher.
ISSN:
0897-6368
Scientific
Advisory
CommitteeRonald G. Amedee, M.D., New
Or
leans,
LA
Robert
E.
Brummett, Ph.D., Portland, ORJack
D.
Clemis, M.D., Chicago, ILRobert
A
.Dobie, M.D.,
San
Antonio,
TX
John
R.
Emmett,M.D., Memphis,
TN
Chris
B.
Foster, M.D.,
San
Diego, CABarbara Goldstein,
Ph
.D., New
York,
NY
Richard
L.
Goode, M.D., Stanford, CA
John
W.
House, M.D., Los Angeles,
CA
Robert
M.
Johnson,
Ph.D., Portland,
OR
William H. Martin, Ph.D., Philadelphia,
PA
Gale
w.
Miller, M.D., Cincinnati, OH
J.
Gail Neely, M.D., St.Louis,
MO
Jerry
Northern, Ph.D., Denver, CORobert
E.
Sandlin, Ph.D.,
San
Diego, CAAlexander J. Schleuning,
IT,
MD,Portland,ORAbraham
Shulman,
M.D., Brooklyn,
NY
Mansfield
Smith,
M.D., San Jose, CA
Honorary
Board
Senator Mark
0.
Hatfield
'll:>ny
Randall,
New
York,
NY
William Shatner, Los Angeles, CA
Legal
Counsel
Henry
C.
Breithaupt
Stoel Rives Boley
Jones
&
Grey
Portland, OR
Board
of
Directors
Edmund
Grossberg, Chicago,ILDan Robert Hocks, Portland, OR
W.F.
S.
Hopmeier, St.Louis,MO Paul Meade, Portland, ORPhilip
0.
Morton, Portland, OR,
Chmn.
Aaron
I.
Osherow, St. Louis,
MO
Gloria
E.
Reich, Ph.
D.,
Portland, OR
The
Journal
of
the American Tinnitus Association
Volume
21
Number
2
1
June
1996
Tinnitus, ringing
inthe
ears
or
head
noises,is
experienced
by
as
manyas
50
million Americans. Medical
help
is often
sought
by
those who
have
it
in
asevere,stressful,
or
life-disrupting form.
Contents
4
From the
Editor
by
Gloria
E.
Reich, Ph.D.
5 ATA
Regional
Meeting:
Maryland
8
NIDCD
to
Fund Tinnitus
Research
9
William
Shatner
Thstifi.es
for
Tinnitus
Research
by
Glo
ria
E.
Reich, Ph.D.
10
ATA's
Tinnitus Support
Network
10
Media
Noise
by
Barbara Th.bachnick
11
My Pets,
the
Spider
and the
Cricket
by
Le
on
Morgenstern,
M.D.
14
The
Road
fromMarathon
by
Barbara Th.bachnick
I 5
Tinnitus
and
Hyperacusis:
A
"Multiple-Therapies"
'freatment
by
Kenneth Greenspan,
M.D.
16
Capitalizing
on
Celebrities
by
Corky Stewart
18
Book
Review
by
Barbara Th.bachnick
18 Glossary
of
Hearing
-
and
Non-Hearing
-
Related
Thrms
by
Bena Shuster
21
Public
and
Professional
Awareness
22
BibliographyUpdate
23
We
Need
Each
Other
by
Michael Cohen
Regular Features
6
Letters
to
the
Editor
20 Questions
&
Answers
25
'fributes,
Sponsors, Special Donors,
Professional
Associates
Cover: 'SucculentSunburst(oil on canvas)
by
Dorothy Churchill-Johnson.Inquiries to theIndigoGallery Fine
Art
&
Jewelry,
311
Avenue
B,
Suite
B,
LakeOswego,OR97034, (503) 636-3454.

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