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Me and my operation: Doctors stuck a balloon in my throat to save me from deadly heartburn

Chronic heartburn can trigger Barrett's oesophagus — a condition that affects half a million people in this country. If left untreated, it can lead to cancer. Conventional treatment involves drastic surgery, but Edmond Kelly, 59, a retired City broker from Caterham, Surrey, was one of the first Britons to undergo a much less invasive treatment, as he tells DAVID HURST...

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