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Easy Ways To Prevent Cancer Of The Esophagus

Easy Ways To Prevent Cancer Of The Esophagus

Cancer of the esophagus is an uncommon case compared to other cancers. However, it is just as fatal especially if left untreated for a long period of time. There are two types of cancer of the esophagus: squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma. Squamous cell carcinoma arise in the squamous cells, located in the upper and […]

Can Hot Drinks Cause Cancer Of The Esophagus?

Can Hot Drinks Cause Cancer Of The Esophagus?

The esophagus connects the throat to the stomach; men over the age of sixty are mostly at risk from developing the cancer that forms in the tissue lining. If caught early treatment is available although the prognosis is commonly very poor. The results of recent research carried out on people living in the Golestan Province […]

Esophageal Cancer Linked To Osteoporosis Drugs

Merck’s popular osteoporosis drug Fosamax and other similar drugs may carry a risk for esophageal cancer, a Food and Drug Administration official said. Diane Wysowski of the FDA’s division of drug risk assessment said researchers should check into potential links between so called bisphosphonate drugs and cancer. Wysowski said since the initial marketing of Fosamax, […]

Is The Esophagus Cancer Treated By Bypass Surgery?

Is The Esophagus Cancer Treated By Bypass Surgery?

Esophagus cancer is common in the world but it occurs only 1% of all other cancers in the United States. The exact cause for this is not known. The esophagus cancer is found in many people of age 55 years old. Men are affected twice than the women. The black people are mostly affected than […]

Research, Incidence, Prevalence Of Esophageal Cancer

Research, Incidence, Prevalence Of Esophageal Cancer

Quick!! Want to have more information on Esophageal Cancer? Here’s something for you. This passage lets you know how esophageal cancer originates, its incidence and prevalence and also its research activities. Know this! Esophageal cancer usually originates in the lining of the esophagus which is called the mucosa and can develop in the upper, middle, […]