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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.
Seaweed extract shows promise in treating H. pylori-related diseases, gastric cancer

Seaweed extract shows promise in treating H. pylori-related diseases, gastric cancer

Certain drugs could be used to treat gastric cancers with particular pattern of mutations

Certain drugs could be used to treat gastric cancers with particular pattern of mutations

Experts call for better risk profiling for GI cancers

Experts call for better risk profiling for GI cancers

New drug delivery method could be used to target cancer, tuberculosis

New drug delivery method could be used to target cancer, tuberculosis

Major UK trial to examine role of aspirin in cancer recurrence

Major UK trial to examine role of aspirin in cancer recurrence

Poorly-designed animal study threatens validity of preclinical research

Poorly-designed animal study threatens validity of preclinical research

New online Smart Map shows progress in UK lung cancer care

New online Smart Map shows progress in UK lung cancer care

EUROCARE 5 study shows large variations in blood cancer patients' survival in Europe

EUROCARE 5 study shows large variations in blood cancer patients' survival in Europe

Tadpole Endoscope improves diagnostic procedures for various cancers

Tadpole Endoscope improves diagnostic procedures for various cancers

MACC1 gene can help predict better treatment options for patients with Klatskin carcinoma

MACC1 gene can help predict better treatment options for patients with Klatskin carcinoma

Study reveals that miR-7 suppresses gastric cancer by inhibiting key signaling pathway

Study reveals that miR-7 suppresses gastric cancer by inhibiting key signaling pathway

Eradicating H. pylori bacterium with short course of therapy may help prevent gastric cancer

Eradicating H. pylori bacterium with short course of therapy may help prevent gastric cancer

Larrea Biosciences merged into Gordian Holdings

Larrea Biosciences merged into Gordian Holdings

New breath test could help diagnose oesophageal and gastric cancer in minutes

New breath test could help diagnose oesophageal and gastric cancer in minutes

Researchers reveal that Helicobacter pylori infection can lead to gastric cancer

Researchers reveal that Helicobacter pylori infection can lead to gastric cancer

Game changing, breakthrough early cancer detection technology presented at ASCO 2015

Game changing, breakthrough early cancer detection technology presented at ASCO 2015

Mistakes in mismatch repair genes may accurately predict response to certain immunotherapy drugs

Mistakes in mismatch repair genes may accurately predict response to certain immunotherapy drugs

Study: New cases of cancer rising globally, but death rates falling in many countries

Study: New cases of cancer rising globally, but death rates falling in many countries

New study shows ulcer-causing bacteria can directly interact with stomach stem cells

New study shows ulcer-causing bacteria can directly interact with stomach stem cells

Top cancer research and clinical developments at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in 2014

Top cancer research and clinical developments at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in 2014

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