Posted on November 1st, 2011 by
In the first study, “Social Media for Esophageal Cancer Survivors,” researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Florida found that social media is an important resource for patients and their caregivers who are facing important treatment decisions after being diagnosed with esophageal cancer and managing difficult nutritional and lifestyle issues after esophageal surgery. “We have successfully worked with a highly motivated group of 65 patients who have been diagnosed with and treated for esophageal cancer and Barrett’s high grade dysplasia,” said researcher Herbert Wolfsen, MD.
Jerusalem Post, 11/1/11
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