Esophageal Cancer New Study

Cancer New Study I read that esophageal cancer is an increasingly common disease and represents 1 percent of new cancers diagnosed in the United States. Though it may be common, but an easy to treat cancer it is not. What has not changed dramatically since 2000, is its survivability. Esophageal cancer articles I read in 2000 seemContinue reading “Esophageal Cancer New Study”

April Is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month – If You Experience Difficulty Swallowing, Run Don’t Walk to Your Doctor, Please!

  APRIL IS ESOPHAGEAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH Since 2000 treatment and longer survival from esophageal cancer has improved significantly. Squamous cell and adenocarcinoma are the two groups of esophageal cancer. In 2000, when my husband received his diagnosis (from acid re-flux disease) of Stage III adenocarcinoma at stomach junction (GE Junction), which included cancer visible inchesContinue reading “April Is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month – If You Experience Difficulty Swallowing, Run Don’t Walk to Your Doctor, Please!”

Who I Am and Why I Write

  Who Am I ARTIST PIANIST & TEACHER WRITER Why I Write I write because esophageal cancer forced my family on a journey we did not choose. I write because of the Helper I turned to when facing terminal cancer with my husband, Werner. It broke my heart, and tested my courage and faith. I write because I was his wife, lover, friend, andContinue reading “Who I Am and Why I Write”

Carving for a Cure- Loon Race Team Ski-A-Thon

  APRIL IS ESOPHAGEAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH Norris Cotton Cancer Center & Boston Children’s Hospital Benefit From Loon Race Team’s Efforts. Over $10,000.00 Raised from the First Annual  Ski-A-Thon Fundraiser, Carving for a Cure for Cancer, Held at Loon Mountain, Lincoln, NH, IN MEMORY OF WERNER ZWAHLEN, WHO LOST HIS BATTLE WITH ESOPHAGEAL CANCER JUNE 27,Continue reading “Carving for a Cure- Loon Race Team Ski-A-Thon”