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3-year-old hears for the first time

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Grayson Clamp's parents tried everything to help their deaf 3-year-old son hear. But when a cochlear implant failed to fix his auditory disability, Len and Nicole Clamp turned to an untested method that had never before been used on children in the United States: an 'auditory brain stem implant.'

After the chip was implanted, Grayson - who was adopted by the Clamps as a newborn after he was placed in foster care - could hear for the first time in his life.

http://www.dailymail...-hear-time.html

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Saw this, this morning on CNN. The look on the boys face when he heard his father speak to him was priceless....

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I loved watching the video of the little boys face the moment he hears sound... *good sigh*

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I loved watching the video of the little boys face the moment he hears sound... *good sigh*

You gotta admit it was pretty cute! :)

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You gotta admit it was pretty cute! :)

Absolutely..cute and adorable..I smiled more when he acted his usual self and wanted to plunder and play with things ( typical child ) lol The wee darling...

It's amazing what science can do for people...

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