Stomach Cancer

Stomach Cancer

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Stomach Cancer

Stomach Cancer

Did you know?

Men are twice as likely to develop stomach cancer as women are.
(www.gastriccancer.org)

Most cases of stomach cancer don’t occur till the age of 55 or older.
(www.gastriccancer.org)

Some warning signs of gastric cancer are uncomfortable feeling in the stomach, becoming full after a small meal, heartburn, and unintended weight loss.
(www.cancer.org)

People that consume salted fish and meat and pickled vegetables have a higher probability of getting stomach cancer.
(www.cancer.org)

Stomach Cancer is most common in Japan, Southern and Eastern Europe, China, and South and Central America.
(www.cancer.org)

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November

Resources

Can’t Stomach Cancer
1(954)475-1200
www.cantstomachcancer.org

No Stomach For Cancer, Inc.
1(608)335-0241
www.nostomachforcancer.org