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Scientists Able To Restore Sense Of Smell?

A study published in Nature Medicine found the sense of smell in mice could be restored by administering gene therapy via injections to the nose, a discovery that offers hope to humans with anosmia, or the inability to perceive scents. What do you think?

  • “Imagine a patient being able to smell their family for the first time.”

    Blossom Lukela
    Transmission Line Engineer
  • “Hopefully now no one will ever have to spend their life inside an iron nose again.”

    Frederick Natoli
    Vault Custodian
  • “Why bother? There are really only like five decent smells.”

    Jason Neely
    Malt Loader