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).
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

Assessing DDX53 as a potential early esophageal cancer antigen

Assessing DDX53 as a potential early esophageal cancer antigen

Mycotoxin contamination is still a serious food/feed safety issue

Mycotoxin contamination is still a serious food/feed safety issue

Proton radiotherapy used for the first time in Switzerland to treat esophageal tumor

Proton radiotherapy used for the first time in Switzerland to treat esophageal tumor

Universal genetic testing may improve risk stratification and treatment for rare and lethal cancer

Universal genetic testing may improve risk stratification and treatment for rare and lethal cancer

Study highlights need to improve screening and surveillance for Barrett's esophagus

Study highlights need to improve screening and surveillance for Barrett's esophagus

High tumor monocyte content linked to better outcomes for esophageal cancer patients

High tumor monocyte content linked to better outcomes for esophageal cancer patients

Non-coding genetic molecules may hold promise for warning of esophageal cancer

Non-coding genetic molecules may hold promise for warning of esophageal cancer

Artificial intelligence for medical evidence summarization: evaluating the use of large language models

Artificial intelligence for medical evidence summarization: evaluating the use of large language models

Is preserved vegetable consumption associated with mortality?

Is preserved vegetable consumption associated with mortality?

Hackensack Meridian JFK University Medical Center launches new Gastroesophageal Reflux and Motility Program

Hackensack Meridian JFK University Medical Center launches new Gastroesophageal Reflux and Motility Program

Novel T cell receptor therapy shows early promise for treating solid tumors

Novel T cell receptor therapy shows early promise for treating solid tumors

BGI cares - 2022 social responsibilities in review

BGI cares - 2022 social responsibilities in review

Researchers develop 3D organoid model to advance understanding of gastroesophageal junction cancer

Researchers develop 3D organoid model to advance understanding of gastroesophageal junction cancer

Over 440 SCI articles published! BGI’s cancer genetics and cell research fuels innovation

Over 440 SCI articles published! BGI’s cancer genetics and cell research fuels innovation

Advanced software tool uncovers new cancer-driving genes

Advanced software tool uncovers new cancer-driving genes

AI-guided tools pinpoint immune cell driver and protective genetic factor for esophageal cancer

AI-guided tools pinpoint immune cell driver and protective genetic factor for esophageal cancer

Research identifies a promising path to developing therapies to treat esophageal tumors

Research identifies a promising path to developing therapies to treat esophageal tumors

Biological sex differences may be the reason behind higher cancer risk among men than women

Biological sex differences may be the reason behind higher cancer risk among men than women

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