Last Posted: May 20, 2022
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- Follow-up on children with suspected bilateral congenital hearing loss identified through universal newborn hearing screening program in Taiwan: A national-based population study.
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- Genetic Testing in Newborns Moves From Rare to Routine Application.
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- Cost-effectiveness analysis on implementing newborn hearing screening programmes in a low- to middle-income country.
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- Is Newborn Hearing Screening Cost Effective? Economic Consideration for Policy Makers.
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