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Who was Sir John Cornforth? Google Doodle marks Nobel Prize-winning chemist's 100th birthday

The Sun - Sep 6, 2017
He was academically gifted but struggled with otosclerosis, an inner ear disease which led to total deafness by the age of 20. Unable to hear the lectures at the University of Sydney, he buried himself in chemistry textbooks and graduated top of the class.

Otosclerosis (or otospongiosis) hearing loss: Symptoms, causes, and treatments

Bel Marra Health - Mar 27, 2017
Otosclerosis—also known as otospongiosis—is a condition that affects the ears where an abnormal growth of bone forms around the stapes bone, a tiny bone in the middle of the ear. This bone is then stuck in place, and for the ear to work properly, it ...

Who was Sir John Cornforth and why did he win the Nobel Prize for Chemistry?

Metro - Sep 7, 2017
When John Cornforth was 10-years-old he began to lose his hearing due to otosclerosis, a disease of the bones in the middle and inner ear that causes progressive hearing loss. Young 'Warcup' began college at age 16 at Sydney University where he studied ...

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Otosclerosis patient story

Monika suffered from impaired hearing on one ear due to otosclerosis; immobilization of the stapes bone. Her hearing slowly worsened over a period of ten ...


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