Researchers at the Rockefeller University in New York City have studied the inner ear and have come across a breakthrough that may lead to the restoration of hearing and balance. The inner ear contains hair cells that make a big contribution to hearing and balance. As humans age, these hair cells slowly die and hearing and balance progressively impair hearing and balance, mostly when people are elderly. The research was conducted by professor A. James Hudspeth and Dr. Ksenia Gnedeva. In their work, they studied mice and found two genes that may be linked to the generation of hair cells.
hearing and balance in the elderly and even the regeneration of hair. I think that this research made a great contribution to the medical and health industry, as it is a natural occurrence to slowly lose your sense of hearing as you age, and it would be a great advancement if one of your senses could be restored through gene manipulation.