In an article published in the medical journal JAMA Network Open, the ENT team of the University Hospitals of Strasbourg (Dr. Marion Renaud), with the support of the IHU Strasbourg, is the first to describe the one-year prognosis of post-COVID-19–related anosmia. Their results are reassuring! A large majority (85%) of patients regained a fairly normal sense of smell within the first 6 months and 96% of patients had completely recovered their sense of smell within a year!
Read the full article at JAMA Network Open
The article was read more than 10,000 times in 72 hours and received great news coverage both nationally and internationally, with more than 100 press articles, including:
- Le Figaro – Covid-19: «excellent pronostic» de récupération de l’odorat un an après l’infection, selon une étude
- USA Today News – Lost your sense of taste and smell from COVID? It could take up to a year to get back, study finds: Latest COVID-19 updates
- CNN Health – Did Covid-19 take your taste and smell? Here’s when they may return