Craig Straus was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma after he experienced hearing loss and a loud ringing sound in one ear. MSK surgeons Samuel Selesnick and Cameron Brennan removed the noncancerous tumor, and today, Craig is getting used to a new normal with hearing loss in his left ear. He comes back to MSK once a year for an MRI.
Terri knew something was wrong with her health, but doctors couldn’t pinpoint the cause. When she came to Memorial Sloan Kettering, she received an accurate diagnosis — and had a surgery that changed her life.