The EAR Foundation Nashville (USA) is a national not-for-profit organization working to educate the public and the medical profession in matters of hearing loss and disease of the ear, and to sponsor basic clinical research into hearing and balance disorders. The EAR Foundation serves as an important source in disseminating the latest information on disorders such as Meniere's Disease. The EAR Foundation also offers continuing medical education programs free of charge to qualified physicians. Scholarships for the hearing impaired, educational programs for children, and international outreach programs are all part of the day-to-day services offered by The EAR Foundation.
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