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Leeds widow's cancer warning after husband dies aged 32

The widow of a man who died from cancer aged 32 has urged people not to ignore the possible symptoms of the disease. Craig Mercer, from Leeds, died on New Year's Day, just 13 weeks after his stomach cancer diagnosis. His wife Donna Mercer said: "This is the only way...
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survivornet.com

39-Year-Old Ohio Father of Five (with a Sixth on the Way) Is Battling Stage 4 Stomach and Esophageal Cancer; Supporting a Family Member Through Cancer

Father of five Zane Beathard was 39 when he was diagnosed with stage 4 stomach and esophageal cancer. He’s a deputy sheriff in Ohio and has been treating his cancer with chemo and immunotherapy. Supporting a loved one through cancer means helping them process their emotions around the diagnosis.
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MedicalXpress

Sensitivity to chemotherapy may guide treatment of patients with stomach cancer

A study led by scientists at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center shows that chemotherapy after surgery for gastric adenocarcinoma is significantly associated with longer survival in patients with chemosensitive disease, but not in those with very sensitive or refractory disease. These findings, which were recently published in the journal JAMA Network Open, suggest that assessing how responsive a tumor appears to be to treatment with chemotherapy before surgery can be used to guide decisions regarding postoperative chemotherapy, thereby personalizing treatment of patients with this type of stomach cancer.
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powdersvillepost.com

The Drug Is Linked To A Two-Fold Increase In The Risk Of Cancer

Millions of people have received curative treatment through scientific advancements in the field of cancer research. A widely prescribed pill in the UK increases the chance of stomach cancer two-fold. The Drug Is Linked To A Two-Fold Increase In The Risk Of Cancer. There has been significant improvement in cancer...
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Nature.com

The association of dietary fibre intake and the IL13 rs20541 polymorphism with the risk of gastric cancer: a case-control study in Korea

European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2022)Cite this article. The beneficial effect of fibre intake on reducing the risk of gastric cancer (GC) has been emphasized in recent years; however, the findings from the existing literature have been ambiguous. Fibre and anti-inflammatory cytokines are associated with GC through inflammation. We investigated whether a higher fibre intake reduces GC risk and whether the IL13 rs20541 single-nucleotide polymorphism interacts with fibre intake to modify GC risk.
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presslasvegas.com

Most common stomach cancer symptoms: When should you see a doctor?

Did you know the symptoms of stomach cancer can include burping a lot? Stomach cancer has many symptoms and can often be passed off as indigestion or “nothing serious”. However, this cancer can have severe consequences. Here are the most common symptoms of stomach cancer and what to do if you spot early warning signs.
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nytimespost.com

Stomach cancer: Two sensations to notice in the belly – 'see a GP'

To minimise your risk of stomach cancer, the national health service recommends being a non-smoker. Another tip is to lose weight if you fall into the overweight or obese category, which can be achieved by consuming less calories and exercising more every day. When it comes to dietary considerations, limiting...
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