What You Need to Know About Esophageal Cancer

Free presentation at The Historic Palace Theatre, April 6

Esophageal cancer starts in the cells that make up the lining of your esophagus, which is a hollow tube that carries food and liquids to the stomach. New evidence suggests this type of cancer tends to be a “silent killer” and is on the rise in middle-aged Americans.Dr. Mark Fox

Stomach reflux and occupational exposure are predisposing factors leading to Esophageal cancer. Attend this session to learn more about its signs and symptoms in support of prevention.

Join Mark A. Fox, MD, FACS who is Board Certified in General Surgery at The Palace Theatre located at 72 S. Main Street in Crossville on Thursday, April 6 at 6 p.m. to learn more. The talk is free of charge, however RSVPs are requested in advance and can be made by calling 931-459-4262.

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