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How do I manage my acoustic neuroma on a daily basis?

After treatment for an acoustic neuroma, it is important to go for follow-up tests to make sure the tumor has not started growing again. If you experienced hearing loss after treatment, you may benefit from a hearing device. Some devices that are particularly effective for people with acoustic neuroma send sound from the non-hearing ear to the hearing ear.

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