Three weeks after the treatment, the mice had gained 60% of their body weight – they were eating more. Absent a sense of smell, any animal will eat less. Smell is intimately connected with taste as well. The researchers were able to determine that the smell neurons were working correctly when they exposed the mice to a strong smelling chemical.
This type of modern research is wonderful, and is where medicine should be going. There’s often no hope for people with genetic defects. I hope this type of research will not only help restore smell/taste to aging people, but will fold into helping many other people born with genetic challenges. Right now, this treatment is widely available. But I’ll let you know when it is.
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