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tinAway Pty. Ltd. launch a crowdfunding campaign to fund a clinical trial of tinAway, a new potential cure for chronic tinnitus


If trials and prototype finalisation are successful, tinAway will be filed with the FDA (a 510k application) and with health authorities in Australia and Europe and made available on iTunes.

‘We believe tinAway offers a real chance to cure tinnitus,’ Dr. Dixon said. ‘After ten years, we finally have something we think is the answer. Now we’re trying our best to get it through development with the help of the public.’

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About chronic tinnitus

Sufferers of chronic tinnitus perceive a noise - whooshing, pure tones, or even a tune - which can affect their ability to maintain a normal life(3,4). A brain pathway activated in chronic tinnitus known as the extralemniscal pathway stimulates the amygdala, the emotion centre of the brain(5), causing feelings of stress and anxiety. The activation of this pathway means that patients have difficulty ‘blocking out’ the tinnitus sound they hear.

Causes of chronic tinnitus include ear trauma, some drugs, disease and some cases are of unclear origin. There is no proven cure.

About tinAway

The tinAway app blends neuroscience and innovative software development. It generates complex multi-dimensional (i.e. carrier frequency, envelope frequency, latency and other parameters) sounds with the potential to suppress tinnitus. It features a user interface based on algorithms to allow the user to logically progress towards the tinnitus suppression sounds.

Should development be successful, users would learn how to use tinAway either through a web-based training program or with their audiologist. Following this, tinAway would be used at home or in the office.

Currently, an iPad sized screen is required for the interface, but Mr. Burgess hopes to develop versions for other platfo

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