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Esophageal Cancer Treatment: Chemo & Radiation


In February 2000, I began a new chapter in my life when I started esophageal cancer treatment. The top-notch medical team at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center had diagnosed a Phase III, 5-centimeter cancerous tumor at the junction of my esophagus and stomach. Now … Continue reading

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Esophageal Cancer: A Brutal Diagnosis


It was December 1999 when I first went to the doctor complaining about food getting stuck in my esophagus. She immediately sent me for an upper GI series which came back with a brutal diagnosis: Esophageal Cancer. A follow-up endoscopy performed … Continue reading

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