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Rare Esophageal Cancer Hides in Common Symptoms

Jeff Carpenter was having a little trouble swallowing and assumed it was acid reflux, a condition that ran in his family. But when the 41-year-old father of two went to the doctor, he got the shock of his life.

Carpenter was diagnosed with esophageal cancer, a rare but deadly form of cancer that attacks the throat.

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