Michelle Fanning, Clinical Specialist Dietitian at St James’ Hospital, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Brona Wright goes to the gym, runs mini-marathons and enjoys a “really full life” after developing oesophageal cancer nearly 12 years ago at the age o(...)

The study found participants who drank high-temperature tea, consumed alcohol excessively, and smoked had an oesophageal cancer risk more than five times greater than those who had none of those habits. Photograph: Getty

Drinking very hot tea may create an increased risk of cancer of the oesophagus in people who also drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes, a new study has (...)

The commonest  symptom of cancer of the oesophagus is difficulty in swallowing

This coming Saturday the Oesophageal Cancer Fund will hold a national survivors’ and patients meeting in Dublin. Health care professionals, volunteers(...)