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I am worried I might have stomach cancer. I have had symptoms of indigestion and heart burn as well as stomach pain for 10 months, given Omeprazole but
My post gastrectomy diet book, "The Art Of Eating Without A Stomach" is an ideal aid to food health following your surgery.
My father was diagnosed with stomach cancer December 2014 only 2 month after mam died. At first I thought he was just going through the grieving process,
I'm a 54 year old female living in the UK. I am very worried about the possibility of stomach cancer. My concerns started a few months ago when I became
I am a 65 year old female and worry that I might have stomach cancer or an ulcer. About three months ago I received bad news that put me into a month
My mom is awaiting diagnosis. She started having what she describes as abdominal discomfort, not actual pain. This has been accompanied by nausea
I am scared out of my wits that I have stomach cancer! I have developed a new swelling under my right rib cage, and that area and upper abdomen feel
I was recently (Oct. 23rd) diagnosed with between a stage 2 and 3 gastric cancer in the GI junction. My doctor is treating me with Taxol and Carboplatin
At the age of 65 in Nov 2012 I was diagnosed with stage 4 gastric cancer. I had no symptoms except a low hemoglobin of 9 in July. The MD I had at that
I am 73, in excellent health other than the stomach cancer recently diagnosed. The Cancer is late stage 2, possible very early stage three. I have been
My loving husband, Barry, was diagnosed with stomach cancer 2 months ago. He is only 42 years old and we were shocked when the diagnosis was given to
Stomach cancer surgery with either a full or partial gastectomy can be curative although there are potential risks to this form of treatment
You might be offered stomach cancer chemotherapy as a treatment for your tumor. This may be given either before surgery to shrink it or after
Stomach cancer treatment options include surgery, chemotherapy (drugs), radiotherapy, a combination of the three or palliative care.
Knowing other peoples stomach cancer patient stories provides inspiration, education, advice and so much more. This forum is for you to share thoughts