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Bismarck

Sanford Downtown Walk-in Clinic
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Minot


Sanford Health Walk-in Clinic
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Hearing is believing

When Teresa Bauer left her audiologistís office wearing her new open-fit hearing aids nearly two years ago, she was overcome with emotion.
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Sound of silence
Bismarck man overcomes sudden hearing loss by reacting quickly

Thomas Nemeth's temporary hearing loss was restored thanks to quick action by Sanford Health doctors.
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Hearing aids opened up a whole new world

Amber Anderson, who is now 19, received her first hearing aid when she was 4. She is studying dental hygiene at North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton.
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Hear what you're missing

After enduring hearing loss for most of her life, Peggy Shireley said her decision to use a hearing aid has had a positive impact on her professional and personal activities.
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A real difference—maker
Hearing aids help woman stay involved

Barbara Wright was hesitant at first to get hearing aids. After wearing them since 1976, though, she can't imagine life without them.
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