Esophageal cancer surgery

Cancer that develops in the hollow tube connecting the throat to the stomach is called esophageal cancer. The average American's lifetime risk of developing esophageal cancer is one in 125. Esophageal cancer is four times more common in men.

Our surgical oncology team specializes in esophagectomy and other advanced procedures to treat esophageal cancer.

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