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Circularnomics: A Real Tax Cut, is an Online Daily Desktop Calendar and resource outlet geared towards the Next Industrial Revolution (N.I.R.). Promoting the educational components of the N.I.R. reveals how future sectors of the economy, innovative marketplace concepts and consumer products that are geared towards sustainability, environmental stewardship, and conservation will benefit investors in the global marketplace, governments around the world and to all people.
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Welcome: Personal message from the creator of Circularnomics: A Real Tax Cut
Why Donate to Hearing Disorders?
Starting at the age of six my grandfather use to walk me from his apartment in Makiki, down to Waikiki Beach, around Diamond Head and then to my aunts in Kahala for lunch. Along the way grandpa worked with me to read and enunciate every street sign; if it had a word/s it was to be verbalized. Grandpa was my mentor and my best friend; you see I was born deaf and didn’t speak my first words until I was three and a half. My ears were under-developed requiring three separate surgeries between the ages of three and nine; each surgery was on both ears. The state of Hawaii would have provided me with an alternative education if it wasn’t for my mother and grandfather. I remember the days when I would ride the bus for the physically and mentally challenged kids. On those trips to and from school I made friendships that I’ll never forget. Two deaf children taught me how to sign as we rode at the back of the bus a lesson that I never have forgotten. Today that relationship means more to me than ever before and I am thankful for it. Much of my youth was touched by the developmentally challenged and that has never stopped me from growing holistically and achieving all that I have.
My tale is one that took me from a slow developmental process, to normalcy and beyond. They say a mind is a terrible thing to waste. My personal mission is to pass my experience onto others with similar upbringings and who are looking for inspiration as I once was. Curing deafness will be a great achievement for all people born into deafness and the aging population who suffers hearing loss around the world. Having served in the Marine Corps during the Persian Gulf War finding a cure will also help many veterans; veterans from all countries.
Thank you for taking the time to listen and to helping us to grow this site.
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About: H.I.F.’s Research Studies on Regeneration of Cells of the Inner Ear
About The House Institute’s Research Studies on Regeneration of Cells of the Inner Ear Most often, hearing and balance disorders result from the destruction of sensory hair cells located in the auditory and vestibular (balance) systems of the inner ear. For non-mammalian vertebrates, such as birds and fish, these cells when damaged are able to regenerate. However, in mammals, including the human species, this biological process is either absent or extremely limited.
Currently, the only viable treatments for inner ear hearing loss are hearing aids, and implantable devices, such as the cochlear implant. Even with technological improvements in recent years, these devices do not have the capacity to fully restore people’s natural hearing abilities afforded by a healthy, functioning inner ear.
Today, H.I.F. is ranked as a world leading center for regenerative research of inner ear sensory cells and neurons, which are vital to our sense of hearing and balance.
We use state-of-the-art intravital imaging tools to identify the biological processes of how the inner ear is formed in the embryonic stages of development. These tools are helping us to identify the lineage relationships between the different cell types that form the inner ear at the cellular, molecular and genetic levels.
Our scientists are uncovering clues to the process of regenerating the sensory cells of the inner ear in humans. They are exploring how cell proliferation, growth and differentiation are coordinated during the embryonic phase of development and potentially the regeneration process.
Progress in our investigations includes uncovering a gene called p27Kip1 blocks the process of sensory cell regeneration in the cochlea. Our study identified and tracked p27Kip1 through a new research approach that for the first time purified and characterized in isolation the supporting cells that may be capable of dividing to generate new hair cells in the deafened ear.
About The House Institute®
Institute scientists investigate hearing loss and ear disease at the cellular and molecular level, as well as the complex neurological interactions between the auditory system and brain. They are also working to improve hearing aids and auditory implants, diagnostics, clinical treatments and intervention methods. House researchers work with House Clinic physicians to integrate medicine and science through clinical and research trials that may directly benefit patients. The Institute shares its knowledge with the scientific and medical communities as well as the general public through its education and outreach programs. House Clinic physicians volunteer their time to teach specialty courses in the House Ear Institute’s professional education programs, attended by more than 22,000 doctors and research fellows since 1946. Outreach programs for the public serve people with hearing loss and related disorders as well as offer information about general hearing health and hearing conservation.
The House Institute is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing hearing science through research and education to improve quality of life. Established in 1946 by Howard P. House, M.D., the House Ear Institute has been engaged in the scientific exploration of the auditory system from the ear canal to the cortex of the brain for more than 60 years. - The House Institute © 2009.
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Circularnomics: A Real Tax Cut policy commits to that contributions from this site will commence once we have 2,500 or more concurrent subscribers annually. Once this goal is achieved we will donate .08% (eight percent) of our net profits to the House Ear Institute. Upon having achieved our goal we will post the amount and an actual copy of the check online and send a celebratory email to all members. This event will happen annually and we reserve the right at anytime to change to whom we donate to and how much. There are many under funded institutions in the area of Hearing Disorders to whom we may choose to donate to as this website grows. We hope that this will also be an incentive for our subscribers to participate in growing this site and its donations to meet the 2,500 minimum subscriber goal.
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