Never Stop Advocating for Yourself in Finding a Cancer Diagnosis

It took more than a year of determined self-advocacy before Branny Carrasco’s concerns were confirmed in a gastric cancer diagnosis. Read about her cancer journey here.

Risk Factors You Should Know for Gastric Cancer

Risk Factors You Should Know for Gastric Cancer

Want to know what puts you at risk for stomach cancer? Age, sex, dietary habits, and other factors are key.

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Here Are Nine Ways to Treat Yourself, Post-Gastrectomy With Gastric (Stomach) Cancer

Eat the right kinds of (delicious!) foods, seek help from professionals, even find a masseuse who works with cancer patients, all in an effort to practice self-care after your gastrectomy for stomach cancer.

By Sheila M. Eldred

What Don’t You Know About Cancers of the Gastroesophageal Junction (GEJ)? Probably A Lot.

If you’d never heard of the gastroesophageal junction, or GEJ, before your cancer diagnosis, you're not alone. Read this slideshow to find out more.

By Sheila M. Eldred

How to Reduce Cancer-Related Sleep Troubles

More than half of cancer patients experience insomnia. Here are ways to fight sleep disturbances.

By Martin Reed

Gastric Cancer: More Common Around the Globe Than in U.S.

Why is stomach cancer more prevalent in other countries around the world? Reasons include a bacteria, refrigeration, and salty foods.

By PJ Hamel

All About Advanced Stomach Cancer

Learn more about stage 4 gastric cancer, including why the gastroesophageal junction matters and treatment options.

By Judi Ebbert, PhD, MPH, RN