Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Cancer Survivors’ Tongues Less Sensitive to Tastes Than Those of Healthy Peers

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This shows a tongueChanges in taste perception can for years following chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments for cancer, a new study reports. Cancer survivors reported less sensitivity to bitter, sweet, and salty tastes compared to those who never received a cancer diagnosis. Taste buds on the tip of the tongue are most affected.