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In the journals: Radio wave treatment is effective against Barrett's esophagus

Barrett's esophagus occurs when cells lining the lower esophagus are replaced by intestinal cells brought up by acid reflux. A new technique uses radio waves from an electromagnetic coil to kill the affected cells while leaving healthy cells undamaged.

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