Esophageal cancer symptoms – Prevention is better than cure


A new study has found that esophageal cancer symptoms several months after surgery for cancer of the esophagus, various symptoms are grouped into different types of patients. In addition, patients with certain groups of symptoms were more likely to die of their disease. The results were published early online in Cancer esophageal cancer symptoms, a peer review of the American Cancer Society.

Esophageal cancer is an aggressive cancer with a poor prognosis, and surgery to remove the esophagus offers the only chance of cure. Only a quarter of patients who are diagnosed surgery  the rest, esophageal cancer symptoms the tumor is too advanced to remove or the patient is not suitable for this type of extensive surgery.

In patients undergoing surgery, only 30 percent are alive five years after surgery. The surgery is very extensive, and patients with severe postoperative symptoms and limitations that affect esophageal cancer symptoms their…

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2 Responses to Esophageal cancer symptoms – Prevention is better than cure

  1. I witnessed a very vital and strong man succumb to esophageal cancer. He fought so hard and went to the best hospitals in the country. But in the end, he lost the battle. So sad.


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