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Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Esophageal-Cancer? Below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Esophageal-Cancer. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

14 results found for Esophageal-Cancer

Treatment name Effectiveness? Reviews
Treatment nameBETA-CAROTENE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (7)
Treatment nameBLACK TEA Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (15)
Treatment nameFOLIC ACID Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (101)
Treatment nameGARLIC Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (40)
Treatment nameGREEN TEA Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (60)
Treatment nameIRON Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (63)
Treatment nameLUTEIN Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (58)
Treatment nameLYCOPENE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (12)
Treatment nameMOLYBDENUM Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (6)
Treatment nameRIBOFLAVIN Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (37)
Treatment nameSELENIUM Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (21)
Treatment nameVITAMIN A Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (12)
Treatment nameVITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID) Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (52)
Treatment nameZINC Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (54)

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