Cure4Cindy

Cindy suffers pain from everyday noise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Explore Our Research

Learn more about the research we fund.

 

 

 

 

Patient Stories

Sufferers come from all walks of life.

 

 

 

Our Goal

Find a cure for hyperacusis in our lifetime.

 

 

 

 

Hyperacusis afflicts thousands

Causing pain from everyday noise.

 

 

 

 

 

Have you taken our comprehensive hyperacusis survey yet?  This is your chance to have a real influence in helping researchers understand life with hyperacusis.  Find out more here.

Please support our efforts to find a Cure4Cindy!

One evening a year ago, Cindy Redmond was at a friend’s house. Her friend’s stepfather, annoyed that Cindy was chatting on her phone at the table, blasted her with an air horn. Cindy felt a burst of pain in her ears. Within days, she could no longer attend school.

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Lessons from Partnering for Cures

Partnering for Cures is an inspirational annual event focused on accelerating patient-centered solutions and creating meaningful collaborations. The event is sponsored by FasterCures, a Washington, D.C.-based Center of the Milken Institute, which has a goal

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2017 Benefit Dinner a Huge Success

The 3rd annual Boston area Benefit Dinner was a tremendous success! We raised more than $17,000 to find a cure for hyperacusis. With your help, we are moving closer to uncovering the mechanisms of hyperacusis and working to eliminate noise-induced pain.

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Hyperacusis: A focus area for University of Iowa Conference

Hyperacusis Research president Bryan Pollard spoke to doctors and audiologists at the University of Iowa’s 25th Annual International Conference on the Management of the Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Patient.  The topic of Bryan’s talk was “What’s life really like with...

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2017 Emerging Research Grants Announced!

Along with our partner, the Hearing Health Foundation, we are excited to announce our Emerging Research Grants for 2017. These grants demonstrate our continued commitment to uncover the mechanisms associated with hyperacusis on our path to a cure.

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I Would Rather Lose My Teeth Than Suffer From Hyperacusis

I loved my career as a registered dental hygienist. It was very rewarding and I loved my patients. My days were filled with the piercing whine of dental equipment, with my head positioned just inches from the motorized whirr. I never thought twice about the noise....

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2017 ARO Collaboration Meetings

Hyperacusis Research was excited to participate in the Association for Research in Otolaryngology’s Midwinter Meeting for the fifth consecutive year. The conference brought together more than a thousand of the world’s top otolaryngology researchers.

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