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Stomach cancer or gastric cancer affects around 7,000 people each year in the UK. Stomach cancer is difficult to detect in the early stages because the initial symptoms are also seen in less serious conditions such as persistent indigestion, heart burn, trapped wind, burping and stomach ache.
Protein phosphatase inhibition could contribute to the treatment of cancer, other diseases

Protein phosphatase inhibition could contribute to the treatment of cancer, other diseases

Small RNA molecule regulates the virulence factors of stomach bacteria

Small RNA molecule regulates the virulence factors of stomach bacteria

Gut bacterium is linked to increased risk of stomach cancer

Gut bacterium is linked to increased risk of stomach cancer

New study breaks down the risk of stomach cancer in non-white Americans

New study breaks down the risk of stomach cancer in non-white Americans

EBV viral genome modifies the host epigenetic landscape to promote gastric cancer

EBV viral genome modifies the host epigenetic landscape to promote gastric cancer