What are the symptoms of esophageal cancer and why shouldn’t they be ignored – BBC News BBC Homepage

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It’s the sixth leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide, yet many people are unaware they have the disease.

This is because esophageal cancer causes no symptoms at the onset of the disease.

Such was the case for former Scottish footballer Andy Goram, who was a goalkeeper and played for several clubs in Scotland and England and who recently revealed he was suffering from oesophageal cancer.

The news shocked his fans, with Goram, 58, saying he had about six months to live.

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