Classic rock legend Eric Clapton: 'I'm going deaf, I've got tinnitus'

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Praised as one of the year's Top Documentaries by the National Board of Review, ERIC CLAPTON: LIFE IN 12 BARS is a moving, revealing and surprising film about one of the great artists of the modern era.

The film explores the 72-year-old British musician's career on and off stage and is told by those who've known him best; among them stars such as BB King, Jimi Hendrix and George Harrison. Tinnitus is often a symptom of a more severe condition, such as hearing loss.

"I am still going to work. I mean, I'm going deaf, I've got tinnitus, my hands just about work", Clapton said on Radio 2. "The only thing I'm concerned about now is always being in my seventies and now being able to be skilful".

Claptonis due to perform in London's Hyde Park on July 8, 2018.

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Eric has had his fair share of struggles in his life.

Swiss biopharma giant Novartis AG, among other companies, are investigating hearing loss drugs that use a range of approaches - from regenerative medicine, which seeks to engineer new human cells, to a gene-silencing technology called RNA interference to one-time gene therapy treatments that replace defective genes in the ear with healthy ones. I'm hoping that people will come along and see me just because, or maybe more than because I'm a curiosity. "I understand that is part of it since it truly is wonderful to myself personally I am here" Clapton is the way from the only stone protagonist afflicted with migraines.

The life and times of legendary guitarist Eric Clapton is the gripping subject of a new documentary by his longtime friend Lili Fini Zanuck, the Oscar winning producer of "Driving Miss Daisy".

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