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If you have questions about cancer
of the oesophagus, join our specialist
nurses live in the chatroom from 12-1pm on Wednesday 8 May.
oesophagus, or gullet, is the long muscular tube that moves food from the mouth
down to the stomach. Cancer can happen anywhere along the length of the oesophagus.
and Carol Goodman are specialist information nurses from our Macmilllan
Support Line. In next week’s webchat, they’ll be answering questions on
topics such as symptoms, diagnosis, types of oesophagus cancer and difficulties
To take part,
us in the chatroom between 12 and 1pm on Wednesday 8 May.
Or, if you
can’t make it, post your question in the comments below, and I’ll ask it for
you on the day. All the questions and answers will be published here on the
blog after the chat.
You can also speak to a nurse like John or Carol on
the free Macmillan Support Line (0808 808 0000, Monday-Friday, 9am-8pm).
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