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My best friend’s grandfather died of esophagas cancer. He was sixty years old when this happened. To be honest, I have never heard of esophagas cancer. How is this cancer formed and also how common is it? Thank you

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Esophagus cancer strikes in adulthood when damaged cells become damaged and start to divide out of control. The cancer starts in one cell that continues to produce itself in millions of copies. Then all of these cells form a tumor that is benign if it doesn’t spread and cancerous if it can spread to other parts of the body.
Esophagus cancer is more common among men, especially black men. It Accounts for 5% of gastrointestinal cancers and is in the 7th most common cancer.
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