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Apr 2019 Most Patients Who Report Smell Loss Are Over 50 Years Old. Why?
The answer to the question has not been seriously addressed. However, few patients in the pediatric, adolescent or adult age range have been recognized to complain of smell and taste loss except patients with congenital smell loss. Is this age relationship to older age meaningful in terms of sensory pathways? Full Story

Mar 2019 Differential Growth and Generation of Stem Cells and Receptor Cells in Taste Buds and Olfactory Epithelium
Receptor cells in taste buds and olfactory epithelium turn over at different rates than do stem cells in these structures. Full Story

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