My Father had Esophageal Cancer and his first knowledge of the tumor was he would swallow food and it felt as if it was getting stuck. I hope all of you with EC will stay strong. Also, MD Anderson is a wonderful Hospital to go to if you can get there. They did a lot for my Father, but so happens my Dad did not go there soon enough. He went to a Hospital here in NC that was not what it is cracked up to be.
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