Changes in Taste and Smell with Cancer Treatment
This two-page handout educates people about changes in taste and smell associated with cancer treatments. It explains that these changes may improve after the treatments are completed, but recommends visiting the dentist to rule out dental problems. The document provides a list of things people can do to improve taste and smell, including changes or improvements to oral hygiene and dietary choices.
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