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There are conditions that can mimic stomach cancer symptoms and it is clearly important to exclude these.
So, how do you get stomach cancer? May be you know someone with the condition or are concerned that you may be at risk.
A Krukenberg tumor occurs when a stomach cancer spreads to the ovaries. They account for approximately 2% of cancers in the ovary and are signet ring adenocarcinomas.
Doctors use performance status to determine whether you are fit enough for stomach cancer treatment. It is a measure of wellness and can also be used as a research tool, in clinical trials
Stopping your stomach cancer treatment may be something you are considering. There are many reasons why people stop their treatment and this should always be done in conjunction with your specialist
Hearing that you have a recurrence of stomach cancer is always devastating news. You have been through so much first time around with surgery and possibly chemotherapy.
Stomach cancer clinical trials are important as they are a way of determining whether a drug or therapy is beneficial or not.
Bone metastases in stomach cancer patients usually occur late in the disease. Their presence indicates stage 4 disease, when the probability of cure is unfortunately rare.
I am a passionate believer in philanthropy for stomach cancer care and research.
Gastric lymphoma accounts for less than 15% of all stomach malignancies. They arise from the lymphatic system, the cell waste removal system of your body.
Don't forget you can leave your stomach cancer story to help others with the condition.
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On this page you will find American cancer society information for stomach cancer patients.
Yes,a recent study has shown that continued smoking increases your risk of death from stomach cancer.
So, for anyone who is still smoking, stopping might just make a difference to you.
Read more here:
Hello, I'm Dr Peter Thatcher.
My father sadly died of stomach cancer.
As an NHS consultant gastroenterologist, I deal with people touched by this disease.
I hope to provide you with my knowledge, but let me know if there is anything you can't find and I will try to help.
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