Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit has been at the forefront of a lot of different kinds of surgery and medical treatment. One in particular is called piezoelectric sound conduction, which is a new electronic way to help those with hearing loss and restore full hearing.
For Roseville nurse Angela Holland, she said it made a difference in her life.
Holland grew up in Roseville, and at age 12, she needed a growth inside her ear surgically removed. That meant the loss of the hearing structures inside her left ear.
“I had to make sure sitting or standing to the left of people, turned my head a lot in crowded spaces. It was difficult if someone was behind me and I didn’t see them,” she said.
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