Taste Alterations in Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy: A Neglected Side Effect?

  • Zabernigg A
  • Gamper E
  • Giesinger J
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Taste alterations (TAs) are a frequent but under-recognized treatment side effect in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy (CT). CT regimens with different toxicity profiles may vary in their impact on TAs, but research on this topic is lacking. This study assesses the prevalence of TAs and their relation to sociodemographic and clinical variables, especially CT regimens. Furthermore, the association between TAs and quality of life (QOL) is investigated.

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  • A. Zabernigg

  • E.-M. Gamper

  • J. M. Giesinger

  • G. Rumpold

  • G. Kemmler

  • K. Gattringer

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