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Stages of Esophageal Cancer and Treatments

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Dr. Raja explains the stages of esophageal cancer and treatments based on stages in this whiteboard video.
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Rosy Chhangte (19 days ago)
Sir a esophagus cancer stage 2 is it dangerous
Peter Tremblay (3 months ago)
Doctors are the last person you want to see when it come to cancer, they are fine for bones fracture and trauma but for cancer avoid them if you want to live. Chemo have 2.1% success rate and doctors get 5000$ each time they prescribe one. Do your homework since working cure(yes cure i am a living proof)are available for free(yes for free)on the web.
Peter Tremblay (23 days ago)
A big portion of doctors are only there for the money and regarding cancer they make a fortune out of it. A doctor in the USA or Canada will get 5000$ for each chemotherapy prescribe.
Peter Tremblay (1 month ago)
So sorry for your loss. So many are gone my mom my dad simply because they believe in the wrong person.
Denny Bedford (1 month ago)
my brother had stage four i begged him to look into alternative options he did chemo now hes dead
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Zee Afridi (2 years ago)
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Ron Krimm (10 months ago)
Zee Afridi Contact M D Anderson in Houston I had a eschophgas. Resection none four years clean Dr Wayne hotstetter
Kannangoutham Goutham (3 years ago)
hello sir,  could you pls tell me the early symptoms of this Esophageal Cancer ?
Nazeer Ahmed (28 days ago)
right now my father is facing this situation (that is it is very difficult to swallow hard food) which stage it incadtes? can any one tell please, and advice us on the treatment
Kieran Small (7 months ago)
Quite often, in the early stages of esophageal cancer there are no real symptoms. As the cancerous growth is small and the lining of the esophagus is flexible/stretchy (to allow for the swallowing of solid foods) there is very little resistance in swallowing or pain. It is usually only when the growth becomes larger to the point where the lining can no longer flex/stretch to allow solids to pass that it begins to hurt or pressure is felt.

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