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Q&A: Understanding Esophageal Cancer

ach year, about 17,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with esophageal cancer. It’s not as common as some cancers, but nationally, cases of the adenocarcinoma type of esophageal cancer are on the rise. UR MedicineWilmot Cancer Institute’s Dr. Mohamedtaki Tejani shares some basic information about esophageal cancer and how you may be able to reduce your risk for the disease.

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