High School Boy’s research may have helped find cause for Meniere’s Disease

This post was written by Mike on December 7, 2011
Posted Under: General Information on Meniere's Disease / Syndrome

There is very little research ongoing for Meniere’s Disease that we hear of. But with the Gene research in the US and The Sydney research center in Australia and now this, things seem to be moving finally….

Cochlin Protein

Cochlin Protein

It took a 17 year old High School boy in L.A. to come up with the discovery of the presence of cochlin (a protein unique to the inner ear) in vestibular endorgans obtained at surgery from patients diagnosed with Meniere’s disease.”

Malhotra, the student, said: “If we can find a way to fix these proteins that are malfunctioning or possibly open the passages, then we can get rid of this disease or at least lessen the severity of it. Meniere’s can definitely be crippling. It is difficult to function in society.” (How come a 17 year old school boy understands this yet so many doctors do not??

We should all give him a huge thank you and encouragement to succeed and wish him all the best. We may owe him a great deal. Read about the Meniere’s research here

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