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GERD, Barrett’s Esophagus and Risk for Esophageal Cancer

Ellensburg resident Kathleen (Kathi) Brunson is lucky and she knows it. Her good fortune – namely in the form of better health – is something she’s thankful for every day.
The 75-year-old Japanese-American, who was a legal secretary in Ellensburg for almost 30 years, was diagnosed with advanced esophageal cancer in 2006 after her primary care physician insisted there be further testing on her throat after she mentioned some recent trouble swallowing during an annual checkup.

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