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This issue of the International Tinnitus Journal is dedicated in part to the Proceedings of the PreCongress of the Twenty-Fifth Ordinary Scientific Congress of the Neurootological and Equilibriometric Society (NES). The pre-Congress, entitled Tinnitus, was an homage to Prof. Abraham Shulman, M.D. From its inception, this journal was envisioned as a first source of information for both clinical specialists and general practitioners who deal with tinnitus patients. The overall goals of the International Tinnitus Journal that were stated simply in volume I, issue 1, June 1995, by the coeditors, were and remain as follows: To publish peer-reviewed manuscripts that are recognized to be informative, innovative, and original, specifically on the subject of tinnitus. To publish articles from professionals that are of interest to all who evaluate and attempt to treat tinnitus, regardless of clinical specialty.
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Author(s): Barbara Goldstein
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