Suggests study in TheNew England Journal of Medicine.

All rights reserved. Neither of these ongoing parties endorse or suggest any commercial products, services, or equipment.. Adjuvant chemoradiotherapy boosts esophageal tumor survival By Lynda Williams Chemoradiotherapy significantly improves the outcome of patients undergoing surgery for tumor of the esophagus or esophagogastric junction and is well tolerated, suggests study in TheNew England Journal of Medicine. The phase III trial findings showed that patients with resectable tumors survived for a median of 49.4 months when given a neoadjuvant regimen typically 6.6 weeks before surgery compared with 24.0 months for surgery alone .Acne rosacea is a persistent inflammation of the arteries in the skin and especially facial area. It causes the face to have a rough complexion with multiple small pimples patches on the forehead, nose, and cheeks. It is more commonly found in men where in fact the skin is caused by it on the nose to swell and thicken. Untreated, this swelling of the nose may lead to a condition called rhinophyma eventually. There are many factors that pertain to rosacea outbreaks. Two of the very most common causes are eating alcohol consumption and consuming rich, spicy foods.