Physically active adults at lower risk of developing esophageal cancer

Physical activity may help reduce risk of esophageal cancer- which is the sixth most common cancer in men worldwide, a new study by Indian origin researcher has revealed.

4 Genetic variants linked to esophageal cancer, Barrett`s esophagus identified

A new research has identified four genetic variants associated with an increased risk of esophageal cancer and its precursor, a condition called Barrett`s esophagus.

HPV tied to higher esophageal cancer risk

A new review of previous research links infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) to a three-fold greater chance of esophageal cancer.

New capsule camera to detect esophageal cancer

A new swallowable camera-in-a-capsule could help doctors spot early signs of esophageal cancer, offering several advantages over traditional endoscopy, researchers say.

Aspirin may help protect against carcinogen Barrett`s esophagus

Aspirin use has been found to reduce the risk of Barrett`s esophagus, which is also the largest known risk factor for esophageal cancer.

Mechanism for esophageal cancer identified

For cancer, the immune system can both help and hurt the body.

Mechanism for esophageal cancer identified

For cancer, the immune system can both help and hurt the body.

Eating strawberries may help prevent esophageal cancer

Daily consumption of strawberries suppressed various biomarkers involved in esophageal carcinogenesis.

Eating strawberries may help prevent esophageal cancer

Daily consumption of strawberries suppress various biomarkers involved in esophageal carcinogenesis, including cell proliferation, inflammation and gene transcription. Strawberries may be an alternative, or may work together with other chemopreventive drugs, for the prevention of esophageal cancer.

Eating strawberries may help prevent esophageal cancer

Daily consumption of strawberries suppressed various biomarkers involved in esophageal carcinogenesis.