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WHAT started out as a conversation between two friends, Prof De Wet Swanepoel and Prof Herman Myburgh, who were deliberating and conceptualising the possibility of testing hearing on a smartphone, has now evolved into a company that has conducted more than 700 000 tests in 38 countries globally. Developing a solution to improve the accessibility of hearing healthcare was the idea that sparked the hearX Group.

The World Health Organization

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