If You Have Acid Reflux You’re Twice As Likely To Get Cancer of The Esophagus, Says New Research

Updated February 26th, 2021

If You Have Acid Reflux You’re Twice As Likely To Get Cancer of The Esophagus, Says New Research

New research shows link between acid reflux and certain throat and esophagus cancers.

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