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Preventing Esophageal Cancer: Area Experts Treat Barrett’s Esophagus

Ever since a potentially fatal bleeding ulcer blindsided John Freshman a decade ago, the government relations specialist has kept a wary eye on his health. An endoscopy became an integral part of John’s annual checkups, giving his gastroenterologist a close look at his patient’s upper digestive tract and reassuring John that he wouldn’t again become the unwitting victim of his family’s history of digestive disease.{}

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