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Top medical innovations unveiled at annual Cleveland Clinic summit
Hearing loss, fertility and Parkinson's among medical issues addressed

Karen Schaefer
A roomful of doctors and medical innovators listen closely as the Cleveland Clinic unveils their picks for the top ten innovations of 2010
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Of the top ten medical innovations prognosticators at the annual Cleveland Clinic summit named today, only one is likely to cost patients little or nothing. Researchers have discovered that forced exercise can dramatically improve tremors in people with Parkinson's disease. Among the other new devices, drugs and treatments Clinic doctors think may be hot are a new way to treat one-sided deafness and a way to freeze eggs so that women can postpone starting a family.
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