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Stomach cancer or gastric cancer affects around 7,000 people each year in the UK. Stomach cancer is difficult to detect in the early stages because the initial symptoms are also seen in less serious conditions such as persistent indigestion, heart burn, trapped wind, burping and stomach ache.
Case Western Reserve receives $220,000 grant to study gastric cancers

Case Western Reserve receives $220,000 grant to study gastric cancers

UCSD molecular biologist to receive Charles Rodolphe Brupbacher Prize for Cancer Research

UCSD molecular biologist to receive Charles Rodolphe Brupbacher Prize for Cancer Research

Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium to be held from Jan. 24-26 in San Francisco, CA

Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium to be held from Jan. 24-26 in San Francisco, CA

mTorc1 promotes growth of inflammation-associated colon and gastric cancers

mTorc1 promotes growth of inflammation-associated colon and gastric cancers

H. pylori may protect against stroke and some cancers

H. pylori may protect against stroke and some cancers

Potential way to attack common stomach bacteria that cause ulcers

Potential way to attack common stomach bacteria that cause ulcers

UC Irvine, Cal State Fullerton partner to help reduce cancer disparities in Orange County

UC Irvine, Cal State Fullerton partner to help reduce cancer disparities in Orange County

Incidence of esophageal, stomach cancers increased in AIDS

Incidence of esophageal, stomach cancers increased in AIDS

People with AIDS more likely to develop esophageal and stomach carcinoma, NHLs

People with AIDS more likely to develop esophageal and stomach carcinoma, NHLs

First Edition: July 23, 2012

First Edition: July 23, 2012

Study determines optimal screening strategy for gastric or stomach cancer

Study determines optimal screening strategy for gastric or stomach cancer

Study unveils crystal structure of H. pylori's acid receptor

Study unveils crystal structure of H. pylori's acid receptor

Study shows how infections provoke tissues into becoming cancerous

Study shows how infections provoke tissues into becoming cancerous

Global cancer rates could go up 75% by 2030, study suggests

Global cancer rates could go up 75% by 2030, study suggests

75% increase in cancer incidence predicted by 2030

75% increase in cancer incidence predicted by 2030

Personalized medicine and the Human Genome Project

Personalized medicine and the Human Genome Project

Salt intake: why is it bad for you?

Salt intake: why is it bad for you?

Latest statistics: Cancer deaths in 50-59 year olds have dropped to 14,000

Latest statistics: Cancer deaths in 50-59 year olds have dropped to 14,000

One in six cancer cases worldwide related to preventable or curable infections

One in six cancer cases worldwide related to preventable or curable infections

Scientists discover novel genes that are mutated in stomach cancer

Scientists discover novel genes that are mutated in stomach cancer

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