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A study highlights that N-acetylcysteine could be beneficial in preventing ototoxicity with a class of antibiotics known to induce death of hair cells within the cochlea. In the image, micrograph of inner ear hair cells

Antibiotics are known to induce death of hair cells within the cochlea

Source  Dr David Furness, Keele University / Science Photo Library