25 Year old Son passed away with esophageal cancer and 2 years on we still have no answers?Uploader: Moogule 5 years ago Subscribe 1
Reference lists of all selected references were used as a secondary source. According to a study established in Japan, there have been significant associations between prognostic state and types of mutations . The occurrence of the esophagus cancer is more common in 6th, 7th and 8th decades of life; therefore, it is extremely rare during youth and childhood . I have also on reflection lost my mother in law, two step mothers, while my father has also had prostate cancer, although like me he made a good recovery. Table 5 Summary of age, sex and histologic data from published reports of esophageal cancer in young persons, overall and separately in developing and developed countries.