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Showing all the classic signs or symptoms of it, I would say yes, they should have, but this is just in my own opinion. By the way, so sorry about...
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Hi Try this site it may help, all natural stuff, some of it he may have tried, as some of it is things we all have tried.But you never know?The Link...
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Hi. First you should know what causes cancer. One of the major things is tobacco smoking or genetic mutation from your DNA.deoxi-ribonucleic acid...
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See a specialist, specifically a gastroenterologist.  Its important not to let it wait too long.  
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Sorry about those random topics. I thought I unchecked vision and salad.
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A number of things could be causing this. Everything from a hiatal hernia to esophageal cancer. You need to see your doctor right away as this could...
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Could be related to acid reflux. The acid cause travel up the esophogus and cause problems like hicup cough and make your esophogus squeeze or spasm...
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It's not a good idea to drink if you have Barrett's esophagus.In this disorder, the lining of the esophagus (the tube food passes through on...
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If the woman had gonorrhoea, it can cause a throat infection though not chronic. It is very likely that it is a result of your GERD. You may require...
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There are several possible conditions that can cause symptoms like you are describing.One possibility is esophagitis (inflammation of the...
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The simple answer to this question is that at this time, short of surgically removing the esophagus, there is no guaranteed treatment to prevent...
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Esophageal cancer occurs when cancer cells develop in the esophagus, a tube-like structure that runs from your throat to your stomach. Food goes from...
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Symptoms of esophageal cancer include:Difficulty or pain when swallowingWeight lossPain in the chest, behind the...
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There are a number of factors which increase a person's risk of developing esophageal cancer. They include:Smoking or other use of tobacco.Heavy...
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To diagnose esophageal cancer, your doctor will review your symptoms, medical history, and examine you. In addition, he or she may order certain...
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