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My Cancer Centers: SPDT Successful In Treating Esophageal Cancer

Jerry Levinson was 45 when he began having difficulty swallowing, developed heartburn and vague chest pains.  His doctor ordered a chest MRI and a thoracic CT and ultrasound.  The diagnosis was esophageal cancer.  His doctor recommended standard American treatment – surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Levinson worked in hospital administration, and had seen firsthand the devastating effects of these treatments.  According to the Medical Tourism Association, Levinson was one of half a million Americans looking for an alternative to standard therapy.–spdt-successful-in-treating-esophageal-cancer-300013753.html

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