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EXCHANGE: Woman says you can live without a stomach ... - Belleville News-Democrat



Belleville News-Democrat
 
EXCHANGE: Woman says you can live without a stomach ... 
Belleville News-Democrat
When Laura Willis was told that her best chance to virtually eliminate her high risk of stomach cancer was to have her stomach surgically removed, she asked "You can live without a stomach?" "'You're gonna take out what?'" her husband, Joe, recalled ...

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Alarming Increase in Stomach Cancer in People Under 50 - Everyday Health, Inc. (blog)



Everyday Health, Inc. (blog)
 
Alarming Increase in Stomach Cancer in People Under 50 
Everyday Health, Inc. (blog)
A new study shows that a type of stomach cancer is increasing in Americans under age 50. The trend is perplexing because overall, stomach cancer rates have fallen for many decades and continue to decline in people 50 and older. The study, which was ...

 


Ex-Bears tight end Wetnight battling cancer - ChicagoBears.com



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Ex-Bears tight end Wetnight battling cancer 
ChicagoBears.com
After two biopsies taken on a mass in his stomach had come back negative, Ryan Wetnight received some shocking news from his doctor last November. The former Bears tight end was informed that he did in fact have gastric cancer and needed to see an ...

 


Debbie's Dream Team Runs For Stomach Cancer at the Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon and Half Marathon - PR Newswire (press release)



PR Newswire (press release)
 
Debbie's Dream Team Runs For Stomach Cancer at the Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon and Half Marathon 
PR Newswire (press release)
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Debbie's Dream Foundation: Curing Stomach Cancer's (DDF) Dream Team ran in the 2018 Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday, February 18, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Event Co ...

 


Lower stomach cancer increasing among young non-Hispanic whites - Healio



Lower stomach cancer increasing among young non-Hispanic whites 
Healio
The incidence of noncardia gastric cancer, also known as lower stomach cancer, has increased among younger non-Hispanic white individuals since 1995, while declining among older adults, according to study results. Hispanics showed similar trends ...

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Periodontal Disease and Gastric Cancer Risk: An Interview With Dr Yihong Li - Cancer Therapy Advisor



Cancer Therapy Advisor
 
Periodontal Disease and Gastric Cancer Risk: An Interview With Dr Yihong Li 
Cancer Therapy Advisor
More than 26,000 Americans will be diagnosed with gastric cancer in 2018, and 10,800 will die of the disease.1 Gastric cancer is the second most common malignancy worldwide, with 5-year survival rates in the United States of 31%, lagging far behind ...

 


Stomach cancer: Chinese more at risk than Malays, Health News ... - AsiaOne



AsiaOne
 
Stomach cancer: Chinese more at risk than Malays, Health News ... 
AsiaOne
PETALING JAYA - Most diseases tend not to differentiate between colour and creed when it comes to their victims, but stomach cancer is a bit of an exception to the rule, being rather racist in its selection of victims. For example, the numbers of this ...

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Stomach Cancer Market Intelligence with Competitive Landscape - LANews By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)



LANews By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)
 
Stomach Cancer Market Intelligence with Competitive Landscape 
LANews By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)
Stomach Cancer is a fourth most common cancer globally in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the lining of the stomach. Major cause for the developing stomach cancer is not known exactly, But bacterium Helicobacter pylori is one of the main cause ...

 


Women may be mistaking ovarian cancer symptoms for bloating, study says - KIRO Seattle



KIRO Seattle
 
Women may be mistaking ovarian cancer symptoms for bloating, study says 
KIRO Seattle
A study completed by Target Ovarian Cancer (TOC) shared Monday found that instead of visiting a physician after feeling symptoms including bloating and fullness, women are more likely to simply change their diets. By just switching to eating probiotic ...

 


Similarities found in cancer initiation in kidney, liver, stomach ... - Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis



Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
 
Similarities found in cancer initiation in kidney, liver, stomach ... 
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that when mature cells transition to begin dividing again, they all seem to do it the same way, regardless of what organ those cells come from. Shown are stomach cells ...

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