Christopher Hitchens, perhaps the greatest essayist of our age, lost his battle with esophageal cancer at age 62.
He had guided Christopher through some experimental therapies for the esophageal cancer that killed him.
Dawson, who died June 2, at the age of 79 from complications from esophageal cancer, had a Draper-like backstory.
Months later her mother succumbed to esophageal cancer, leaving Richards without her chief adviser and best friend.
He was formerly the head of esophageal Oncology and Surgery at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer and Research Institute in Tampa, Fla.
It was given either by esophageal catheter, or by dropping it into the mouth from a pipette.