Boy Who Heard For 1st Time Due To UNC Doctors Talks
Mon Nov 4, 2013
This summer we told you the story of three-year-old Grayson Clamp, the first child in the U.S. to receive an auditory brain stem implant, and thanks to a team of doctors from UNC, he heard for the first time. Len Clamp, Grayson’s father, said in the months since the miracle operation, Grayson has begun learning to talk.
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