Taste and Smell Study
Did you know that 6 out of 10 patients with head and neck cancer will report changes in
their taste and smell at the end of treatment?
Many patients tell us that their senses of taste and smell have changed with treatment. They may be more or less sensitive to odors in the environment and pets, while the taste of some foods may seem altered.
Physical Activity and Cancer Day, Tom Baker Cancer Centre, February 2012
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