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Clinical Trials for Esophageal Cancer Patients

Clinical trials may yield pioneering, and often life-saving, treatments and procedures for cancer patients of all types, including those with esophageal cancer. For many types of cancers, clinical trials may offer the best hope for a positive and life-extending prognosis.

Even when that is not possible, participating in a clinical trial can give patients the assurance that they are helping the next generation of cancer patients to receive treatment. The biggest value of clinical trials is the contribution those trials make to future treatments and procedures, often offering future patients a chance at extended life, or even a cure.

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