Hog jowls and clementines: A bid to awaken cancer patients’ ruined sense of taste

Eric Boodman

December 21, 2016 | STAT

"The medicines were rich and strange, their active ingredients so particular they sounded fictional..."

"Together, they envisioned a conference that would combine neuroscience, agriculture, history, nutrition, medicine, and cooking — to understand the art and science of why we eat what we eat, and how we could change it for the better."


Click the link below to read entire STAT article highlighting this years ISN conference:

Hog jowls and clementines: A bid to awaken cancer patients’ ruined sense of taste

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