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CancerBro meets Mr. Ellis – esophageal squamous cell carcinoma cancer patient

CancerBro meets Mr. Ellis – esophageal squamous cell carcinoma cancer patient

[Music] First we will understand squamous cell carcinoma. For this we will meet Mr. Ellis today, who
has recently been diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of esophagus. Mr. Ellis is a 55 years old man, one day he
had severe vomiting which contained blood. He straight away rushed to the hospital. On complete diagnostic workup in the hospital,
he was diagnosed to have squamous cell carcinoma of esophagus. Let’s meet him. CancerBro: Hi Mr. Ellis, I am very sorry to
hear about your illness. How are you feeling today? Mr. Ellis: CancerBro, I was very worried when
I was diagnosed with esophageal cancer, but after talking to you, I am feeling a bit relaxed. CancerBro: How old are you, and where are
you from? Mr. Ellis: CancerBro, I am 55 year old and
I am from India. CancerBro: Okay Mr. Ellis, before this episode
of blood vomiting, did you have any other complaint in the past? Mr. Ellis: Yes CancerBro. For the past few months, I had discomfort
in the middle of my chest and had difficulty eating solid food. Also I have lost weight significantly in past
few months. CancerBro: Please tell me something about
your occupation. Mr. Ellis: I work in a factory, where I am
continuosly exposed to gases and heavy metals. CancerBro: Are you addicted to smoking or
alcohol? Mr. Ellis: Yes CancerBro, I drink about 3
to 4 times a week and smoke about a pack of cigarettes daily for past many years. CancerBro: What kind of diet do you take? Do you consume raw fruits and vegetables regularly? Mr. Ellis: No CancerBro, my diet is mostly
unhealthy with almost no fruits or vegetables. Also, I consume a lot of hot beverages like
Tea and coffee multiple times in a day. CancerBro: Okay Mr. Ellis, thank you very
much. I think you people must have got an idea,
how a squamous cell cancer of esophagus presents, and what are the risk factors for the disease. If you like this video, then subscribe to
our YouTube channel and be a part of Mr. Eric’s journey.

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