Esophageal Cancer News and Research

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Esophageal Cancer is cancer that forms in tissues lining the esophagus (the muscular tube through which food passes from the throat to the stomach). Two types of esophageal cancer are squamous cell carcinoma (cancer that begins in flat cells lining the esophagus) and adenocarcinoma (cancer that begins in cells that make and release mucus and other fluids).
New hope for GI cancers: Review analyzes molecular targets and treatment advancements

New hope for GI cancers: Review analyzes molecular targets and treatment advancements

New soft-robotic device restores natural esophageal motion for improved digestion

New soft-robotic device restores natural esophageal motion for improved digestion

Foam technology revolutionizes gene therapy, boosting efficiency and safety

Foam technology revolutionizes gene therapy, boosting efficiency and safety

Type 2 diabetes linked to higher cancer risk, especially with diabetic retinopathy, study finds

Type 2 diabetes linked to higher cancer risk, especially with diabetic retinopathy, study finds

New study identifies key protein biomarkers for early detection of pancreatic cancer

New study identifies key protein biomarkers for early detection of pancreatic cancer

Proteins in the blood could warn people of cancer more than seven years before it is diagnosed

Proteins in the blood could warn people of cancer more than seven years before it is diagnosed

AGA releases new evidence-based guideline on managing Barrett's esophagus and related neoplasia

AGA releases new evidence-based guideline on managing Barrett's esophagus and related neoplasia

Exploring microbiome dynamics in esophageal cancer

Exploring microbiome dynamics in esophageal cancer

NK cells' role in cancer therapy resistance unveiled

NK cells' role in cancer therapy resistance unveiled

STS introduces new risk calculators for valve surgeries

STS introduces new risk calculators for valve surgeries

Unraveling the mysteries of gastro-esophageal junction development

Unraveling the mysteries of gastro-esophageal junction development

Periostin may be a novel therapeutic target for treating esophageal squamous cell carcinoma

Periostin may be a novel therapeutic target for treating esophageal squamous cell carcinoma

Tracking circulating tumor DNA could indicate gastroesophageal cancer treatment response

Tracking circulating tumor DNA could indicate gastroesophageal cancer treatment response

Study finds interleukin-24 enhances CAR-T cell therapy's effectiveness against cancer stem cells

Study finds interleukin-24 enhances CAR-T cell therapy's effectiveness against cancer stem cells

Researchers develop groundbreaking technique to detect chemoresistance using ultrasound

Researchers develop groundbreaking technique to detect chemoresistance using ultrasound

Mad2 expression levels with chromosomal abnormalities can be a biomarker for esophageal cancer

Mad2 expression levels with chromosomal abnormalities can be a biomarker for esophageal cancer

Chewing tobacco linked to higher stroke and cancer risk, study finds

Chewing tobacco linked to higher stroke and cancer risk, study finds

Risk of gastrointestinal cancers translates to one in 12 people developing, and one in 16 people dying from, gastrointestinal cancers

Risk of gastrointestinal cancers translates to one in 12 people developing, and one in 16 people dying from, gastrointestinal cancers

Researchers discover new gene targets for precision oncology in esophageal cancer

Researchers discover new gene targets for precision oncology in esophageal cancer

Genome study unveils genetic ties between cannabis use disorder and lung cancer risk

Genome study unveils genetic ties between cannabis use disorder and lung cancer risk

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