What are Esophagus Cancer Radiation Therapies? List from Cancer Survivors

The below is a list that has been posted by the bloggers in this cancer community. There are 7376 cancer fighters that are members here. This is what they said, not what the doctors or nurses will tell you.

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Esophagus Cancer Radiation Therapies

What Esophagus Cancer Survivors said about their Radiation Therapies.

Two weeks of radiation was fine. Fatigue.
The Radiation burned my throat and cause my taste bud to malfunction I had to be tube fed for about 4 months I will suffer for dry mouth for life I'm told.
Radiation to esophagus and abdominal lymph node March/April 2008 Radiation to supraclavicular lymph node January/February 2009
Too many radiation treatments to count.
5 weeks of radiation September - October, 2012. Very tired. No burns at all to skin. I did what the doctors/nurses told me to do! Very, very sore throat. Could barely swallow but forced soft foods the entire treatment.
radiation from 11/1/97 to 12/15/97
29 treatments over 6 week period
37 sessions, sore throat, leathery skin, itchy skin
Surgery: June 28, 2015.
Radiation therapy for 2 weeks in 12/2016
Only needed for Esophageal Cancer. POST operative only. 6 weeks of daily radiation. Side effects included no hair growth in the area being eradiated daily, Metallic taste in the mouth, sore throat when swallowing. Dates: March and April of 2014
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