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Volume 8

Dispensing Audiologists—They Once Walked a Lonely Road

Fifty years ago, audiologists who heeded an inner call to help people with hearing loss through personal hands-on marketing of hearing aids were labeled as “unethical.” Thanks to our friends at Hearing Review, we’re pleased to reprint the stories of four masters degree audiologists who were among the very first to venture into dispensing hearing aids: Jim Curran, John Schuneman, Mel Sorkowitz, and Otis Whitcomb.