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Procedure could help prevent esophageal cancer in patients

Hubert Hill laughs and says his doctor used a microwave to solve a serious health problem.
The 74-year-old Phenix City man was referring to radiofrequency ablation.
While a microwave oven uses microwaves to heat food, radiofrequency ablation uses radio waves to create heat that removes abnormal cells in the esophagus, the muscular tube that moves food from the throat to the stomach.

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