“This kind of cancer, also known as gastric cancer, will start in the cells that line the stomach. Almost all stomach cancer is adenocarcinoma, but it can also be diagnosed as lymphoma, gastrointestinal carcinoid tumors, or gastrointestinal stromal tumors.
There are usually no early warning sings, but some more advanced symptoms include fatigue, unexplained persistent nausea and vomiting, severe indigestion that doesn’t go away, stomach pain, and weight loss. People that are infected with H. pylori bacteria as well as those that have a high sodium diet and a family history of stomach cancer are at greater risk of developing gastric cancer.”
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