Anne Li April 23rd, 2017
Following the death of her husband in 2008 from stage 3 esophageal cancer, Mindy Mintz Mordecai was angry and frustrated. She believed her husband, and thousands more like him, might have never died had they been aware that reflux disease could cause cancer and understood the little-known symptoms of reflux disease. With the support of a board of directors made up of top physicians, business leaders and families that who been impacted by the disease, Mordecai founded the Esophageal Cancer Action Network (ECAN) in 2009.
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