New University of Michigan Tinnitus Discovery — Signal Timing

Discussion in 'Research News' started by Hudson, Jun 20, 2013.

    1. Mathew Gould

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      Did we win??
       
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    2. Autumnly
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    3. OnceUponaTime
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      Y0u missed the party! We broke the server and all! :eek: :ROFL:
       
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    4. razo

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      Wow. I just read this. Great!
      The internet and public awareness of tinnitus is a good combination.
       
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    5. Amv

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      Anyone knows how Dr. Susan Shore's work is progressing? Any news about her innovation, trials, timings... etc?
       
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    6. Watasha
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      They're in second set of larger scale trials. Hope to have results by the end of 2019.
       
    7. KotaDomowa
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      Can anyone assess when the device can be released to the market? I heard several versions. 2020 ...? 2021?Later?
       
    8. Alberte

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      I registered to receive newsletters from Dr. Shore's Lab (ArborTinnitus.com) but I never receive anything.
       
    9. Jr_time

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      A lady on a tinnitus group on Facebook was asking for people in the Michigan area saying that they needed people for the trial.
       
    10. ringinghours

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      This device will never come to the market. It seems like every chance to cure or provide relief for tinnitus is ignored. The industry needs a company interested in solving the problem for the sake of profit, this professor isn't to be taken seriously.
       
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    11. Fightthearmy

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      Are you usually that incoherent when you're sober?
       
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    12. OnceUponaTime
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      What makes you say that?
       
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    13. OnceUponaTime
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      When was this?? I thought they already had picked. (I think I read it here somewhere.)
       
    14. ringinghours

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      I'm not incoherent, I'm well informed. There is already a company called Neuromod which is developing a device that does the same exact thing as this professor. The difference is, this company managed to raise $6 million dollars in funding. This professor has no means or plans to fund anything positive from their research.
       
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    15. Fightthearmy

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      Is every chance "to cure or provide relief for tinnitus" ignored or not ignored, then? I'm not sure anymore which one you're going for.
       
    16. spedgas
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      I don’t know where to even begin. Neuromod has raised way more than 6 million to bring this product to market. Susan Shore laid much of the groundwork research to even make their device possible. While the devices are similar there are important differences between them that matter.
      Find a Facebook tinnitus forum to post these non facts in.
       
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    17. ageoflove

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      I'm sure that there is some Neuromod-like influence on tinnitus, but I also highly doubt that Dr. Shore will be the first to hit the market...

      Science and research by universities is essentially important, but mostly slow...
       
    18. Allan1967

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      A friend of mine on Facebook was on the trial but has been taken off because her device screwed up and so did the replacement and she missed an appointment because of it.
       
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    19. Cal18
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      You guys may have already seen this but I just received this notification from the university - perhaps a continuation of the previous study. I'm a bit behind on keeping up with this one so I apologize.

      Study of Bimodal Auditory-Somatosensory Tinnitus Device

      Ann Arbor, MI

      The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of a treatment in adults with tinnitus. The study uses a non-invasive bimodal approach (touch and sound) in an effort to reduce the loudness and severity of an individual’s tinnitus.

      https://UMHealthResearch.org/#studies/HUM00143675
       
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    20. spedgas
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      Suddenly wishing I lived a reasonable distance from the University of Michigan.
       
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    21. linearb
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      As someone who participated in the University of Michigan study, I don't know where to even begin except to say "everything you just said is wrong".

      The prototype devices were built by a company that University of Michigan has a commercial relationship with, they have plans for commercialization post-publication utilizing the same manufacturing pipeline. The prototype devices were not built by a bunch of bored PhD candidates, they were constructed by an FDA approved medical device company, and presumably that same relationship can be leveraged to produce commercial devices.

      Do you also think the earth is flat and climate change is a hoax? Just checking.
       
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    22. razo

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      It seems they are starting over with a new phase 1 study.

      What happened to the planned phase 2 study that was going to start last fall and why did they change their mind on this?
       
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    23. Agatha

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      The study identifier revealed it to be this one:

      https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03621735
       
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    24. linearb
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      as far as I know they didn't, it's still in progress with the same estimated completion date of 2023.
       
    25. Don Tinny

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      My tinnitus is not somatic and I may not benefit from using the Michigan device, but I can not understand how things go so slowly. Imagine if the trials end in 2023, how long will it take to reach the market? 2025? Supposedly, options such as FX-322 (if successful) will already be on the market.
       
    26. Autumnly
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      Susan Shore has said she’s expecting they’ll wrap up Phase 2 by the end of 2019, though I don’t think this will happen. If the results are positive, they want to begin with their commercialization efforts. This was discussed in a podcast episode with the ATA.

      Susan Shore: “And hopefully, by the end of next year, we will have that trial tied up, or we'll at least have a very good idea of how the trial has worked out. And then depending on that, then there would be commercialization efforts to move this to the clinic.”

      Source
       
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    27. DaveFromChicago

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      To Autumnly:
      So, realistically, can we expect this to be available in 2021? or later?
      Let's just hope that the Arctic Ice Caps, Glaciers and the Continentwide Expanse of Siberian Permafrost doesn't completely melt in less time than it is taking for
      a truly effective drug and/or treatment to be made available.
      Just kidding - as Dostoevsky reported in "Notes From a Dead House", I suppose that I can endure almost any
      length of a prison sentence as long as I know there will ultimately be a day of liberation (and in fact I have no choice in the matter but to acquire this point of view - what else can we do?).
       
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    28. Adriel93

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    29. PureNoise

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      Did they tell you during the trial that the estimation completion date is 2023? Wow that's far away. Hopefully Neuromod can tide us over until then and that the Michigan Device is even better than Neuromod by 2023.
       
    30. Stefaniie

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      Does anyone have any idea what stage of clinical trials Dr. Susan Shore and her team are on? And when their device might be available? I heard the University of Minnesota is also working on something but haven't heard anything about that elsewhere except for on Tinnitus Talk.

      I just want to know if we still have hope if the Lenire device ends up being a fail for whatever reasons.
       

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