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The following signs and symptoms have been associated with esophageal cancer:
Pain or difficulty swallowing
Unintentional weight loss
Hoarseness or cough
Pain behind the breastbone
Gastrointestinal issues, such as heartburn or indigestion
It’s important to remember these symptoms can be caused by other, less-serious conditions. Your healthcare provider can help make a definitive diagnosis. Contact a specialist today at 800-804-9376 or request to be contacted by one of our specialists.