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Esophageal Cancer

In New England Journal of Medicine
By: Enzinger PC.
Contributor(s): Mayer, R J | .
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Vol 349 Issues 23.Publisher: 2003Description: 2241-2252.Subject(s): DDC classification: In: New England Journal of MedicineSummary: Esophageal cancer is one of the least studied and deadliest cancer worldwide. During the past three decades, important changes have occurred in the epidemiologic patterns associated with this disease. Recent advances in the diagnosis, staging and treatment of this neoplastic condition have led to small but significant improvements in survival. These new observations serve as the focus of this review.
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Esophageal cancer is one of the least studied and deadliest cancer worldwide. During the past three decades, important changes have occurred in the epidemiologic patterns associated with this disease. Recent advances in the diagnosis, staging and treatment of this neoplastic condition have led to small but significant improvements in survival. These new observations serve as the focus of this review.

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