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I'm 36, and I've worn down the lining of my  esophagus, via regurgitation, to where I have some regular phlegm coming up, and when I expand my chest, I feel a little soreness, down there.  

How do I check up on it?  And, what are some unconventional alternatives?  I'm thinking  RIfe devices, and ozone; they could be applied to the esophagus quite nicely, and they wouldn't have to cut it out.  If they didn't work, well, chemo's none too reliable, itself.  They just strike me as low-risk options.

Thoughts? 

I was on one forum, and nigh got kicked off because I wished to talk about cancer, and its research, in the abstract.  Here I was, wanting to learn about cancer, trying to test my ideas, and understanding, and they were punishing that because I didn't have any, basically.  For crying out loud, cancer fascinates me, and in the event it befalls, I'd like to be ready.  For crying out loud, such rules are a disservice to the community, big time.

I was wondering; anaeorobic cells produce oxygen as a waste product, unlike most cells, so smothering the weith active oxygen like hydrogen peroxide seems in order, like certain alternative cancer treatments suggest.  As is, supplying oxygen to tumors makes them more susceptible to immunotherapy, in in any case, neutralizing adenosine, so it makes sense.

Any thoughts?

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