Translation – Mohammed Bashary
The esophagus is the eighth most common type of cancer in the world, often fatal, accounting for around 400,000 deaths each year.
The incidence of the disease usually occurs due to regular ulcers in the esophagus, particularly from tobacco, alcohol, reflux or hot drinks.
Tobacco, alcohol and weight gain were the main causes of esophageal cancer, the paper said. The World Health Organization noted that drinking hot drinks (coffee, tea or each other) at temperatures above 65 degrees Celsius was also a dangerous factor as the “burns” lead to a change in the ability of infected cells to t self-healing and increasing the risk of Cancer infection