Researchers examine problems of foul tastes when undergoing chemotherapy
Nystrom, Lynn A.
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About two million cancer patients currently receiving certain drug therapies and chemotherapy will consume foods and beverages and find the taste to have a foul metallic flavor, according to a medical study. In general, more than 40 percent of hospitalized patients suffer from malnutrition due to taste and smell dysfunction.
- Virginia Tech News