Esophageal Cancer Research Trial
Esophageal carcinoma is a type of cancer that affects the esophagus, the tube that connects the mouth to the stomach. It is typically found in older adults and its symptoms include difficulty swallowing, chest pain, weight loss, persistent coughing, and hoarseness. While its exact cause is unknown, it has been linked to certain risk factors including smoking, obesity, and long-term acid reflux as well as genetic conditions such as tylosis. Treatment options may include surgery to remove cancerous tissue or radiation therapy using high-energy beams. In some cases, chemotherapy may be recommended to shrink tumors or reduce their spread.
Centricity Research is currently enrolling participants in an esophageal cancer study in our Columbus, GA location. Compensation may be available for time and travel for qualified participants.
You can learn more about this study by visiting clinicaltrials.gov and entering the protocol number 975-00 (Keynote 975)
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