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Strawberries versus Esophageal Cancer

Strawberries versus Esophageal Cancer

Treatment of localised and locally advanced esophageal cancer

Treatment of localised and locally advanced esophageal cancer

[Music] First we will discuss the treatment for localized esophageal cancer. Earlier stages of esophageal cancer are carcinoma in situ (Tis) and T1a. Endoscopic mucosal resection is the technique which is used for treatment of Tis and T1a disease. This Read more…


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 Read more…


What happens if I have to have my esophagus removed?

What happens if I have to have my esophagus removed?

So if a patient needs their esophagus removed, generally, it’s for esophageal cancer. Keep in mind that most patients with esophageal cancer will not be surgical candidates for a variety of reasons, whether they’re cancer is caught too late, if Read more…


Dr. Max Gomez: Freezing Esophagus

Dr. Max Gomez: Freezing Esophagus

RESEARCHERS EXAMINED NEARLY 800,000 ADULTS AND SAID THAT THE EMOTIONAL BONDS OF MATRIMONY ARE A FACTOR TO KEEP PEOPLE ALIVE. AND THERE IS A CANCER LINK TO ACID REFLUX. BUT THERE IS A NEW PROCEDURE THAT CAN FREEZE THE CELLS Read more…


Treating Esophageal Cancer with Cryoablation- The Eleni Paras Story

Treating Esophageal Cancer with Cryoablation- The Eleni Paras Story

I’m Greek, and we absolutely love food. And now that I can eat again, I feel very blessed. I’m Eleni Paras, and I beat cancer thanks to MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. In 2007, I was told that I had esophageal Read more…


Risk factors for esophageal cancer

Risk factors for esophageal cancer

[Music] CancerBro, Can you please discuss the risk factors for both in detail? Patient with squamous cell carcinoma are usually thin built due to the significant weight loss, and patient with adenocarcinoma are usually obese. Smoking is a risk factor Read more…


Anatomy of esophagus explained with pictures

Anatomy of esophagus explained with pictures

In the chest cavity, this trachea lies in front which helps us breathing. As you can see, behind the trachea lies the esophagus. Heart also lies in the chest cavity in front of esophagus. And on both sides, lie the Read more…


Dr. Jeevan Vinod on GERD and the importance of treatment

Dr. Jeevan Vinod on GERD and the importance of treatment

Today, we’re here to talk about gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD as it is abbreviated. This is a very common complaint that we as gastroenterologist see in the outpatient office. It is estimated that there are going to be over Read more…


CancerBro meets Mr. Eric – Esophageal adenocarcinoma patient

CancerBro meets Mr. Eric – Esophageal adenocarcinoma patient

[Music] CancerBro, does the adenocarcinoma of esophagus has the same risk factors? The risk factors for adenocarcinoma is somewhat different. Let’s meet Mr. Eric to understand better. He’s Mr. Eric. He is 58 years old obese man. He has chronic Read more…