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Right in the Gut: New Clues About Preventing and Treating Gastric Cancer
Diagnoses in younger people and two causative infections are providing clues about how to better prevent and treat gastric cancer.
An Insight Into Gastric Cancers and Life Without a Stomach
The decision to remove one's stomach may be difficult, but it can also be life-saving.
Researchers Explore Opdivo for Two Gastrointestinal Cancers
Jason M. Broderick
Results from new clinical trials signal a role for the immunotherapy Opdivo in the treatment of gastric cancer and heavily pretreated esophageal cancer.
Retired Tennis Star to Run NYC Marathon for Cancer Research
I will be out on the street in New York City on November 1 to cheer on James Blake.
Part VI: How GIST and I Became Acquainted
Moving back into the light.
Part III: How GIST and I Became Acquainted
The medical team had reached some conclusions.
Part II: How Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor (GIST) and I Became Acquainted
This is how I became hospital property.
How Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor (GIST) and I Became Acquainted
Twenty strokes signaled that there was trouble, though no one would have suspected a tumor.
Crossing Tumor Types: BRCA Experience Points Way to New Diagnostic Paradigm
Maurie Markman, MD
It is now well recognized that the presence of a molecular abnormality shown to be actionable in one tumor type may be highly clinically relevant in other malignancies.
Targeting Gastric Cancer: Recent Advances Generate Fresh Hopes After Many Frustrations
Jane de Lartigue, PhD
In the hopes of recreating the successes achieved in other solid malignancies, researchers have evaluated many types of targeted therapy for the treatment of advanced gastric cancer.
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