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Graeme Carrick (left) was the first person in the world to receive a commercial cochlear implant invented by Graeme Clark (right).
The creator of the cochlear implant - a revolutionary device that enables people born or made deaf through disease or trauma to hear and recognise speech - has won a top international award in clinical…