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Sarah Campbell, 57, has been hearing-impaired her whole life, but thanks to a cochlear implant, she will now be able to hear things she has never heard before. TODAY’s Matt Lauer reports, and Campbell’s family joins her as her implant is turned on for the very first time, bringing her to tears.