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I can no longer stand the smell of smoked salmon Article à paraître

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EA 4468 « Maladie d’Alzheimer: marqueurs génétiques et vasculaires, neuropsychologie », Institut de Psychologie, Université de Paris, 71 avenue Edouard-Vaillant, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt, France
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Foreword A week after my return from a mission to French Guyana at the end of February 2020, I started to cough – a dry cough – and to suffer from severe headaches. I put it all down to the fatigue due to jet lag, and the heat shock that had no doubt made me catch cold. Then other symptoms appeared. About ten days after my first symptoms, I realized that I could no longer stand the smell of smoked salmon: I could smell a foul smell, like a sewer. This disturbing but fortunately [...]