Want to know what puts you at risk for stomach cancer? Age, sex, dietary habits, and other factors are key.
Cancer: it’s the ultimate wakeup call. It can teach us how to live life to the fullest, appreciating every moment we have.
A chef and stomach cancer survivor from “The Next Food Network Star” gives ideas for food and cooking following a gastrectomy, including using diabetic cookbooks and nut butters often.
Tarek El Moussa, HGTV star and cancer survivor following a fortuitous email from a nurse TV viewer, is also now a “SpokesMo” for the Movember Foundation.
A number of organizations, including hospitals and foundations, can help you find support if you have stomach cancer. These include the Gastric Cancer Foundation and CancerCare.
Feelings of grief and loss, similar to losing a loved one, can often occur after an IBD diagnosis due to not feeling like your ‘old self’ anymore.
PJ Hamel breaks down the numbers to show you the context behind the risk of cancer from drinking alcohol.
Learn what adenocarcinoma, alveolo, and thoracentesis and more mean.
What do you need to know about Lynch syndrome, an inherited cancer disorder? It raises the risk of colon and rectal cancer, among other cancer types.
Microsatellite instability (MSI) can result in tumors throughout the body, including the colon. These are often cancerous. Learn more about this condition in this slideshow.