Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC) clinical guidelines updated May 2015

Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC) clinical guidelines updated May 2015

Research

Increasing awareness of HDGC and the rapid advances in genetic diagnostic tools, endoscopic modalities and the increasing use of laparoscopic surgery led a group of clinical geneticists, gastroenterologists, surgeons, oncologists, pathologists, molecular biologists, dietitians and patients’ representatives from nine different Read More...

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John’s March Against Stomach Cancer 2015

Johns March 1
What is normally a race track filled with cars was filled with over 300 people running and walking through the turns to raise money for a very special cause. The March was held in memory of John Cardinale, a friend … Read More...

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Grafton High School: A Community of Advocates

LiftAThon

This week in Grafton, Massachusetts, members of the Grafton High School Football Team held a Lift-a-Thon to show support for a member of the team whose mother passed away in November from stomach cancer. Players had family and friends sponsor … Read More...

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Racing Across America for No Stomach For Cancer

Vern writes "Like the old Tony Bennett song, 'I left my stomach in San Francisco'

Vern writes “Like the old Tony Bennett song, I left my stomach in San Francisco”

Imagine riding a bicycle 3,000 miles across 12 states from Oceanside, California to Annapolis, Maryland. That’s a difficult journey. Having stomach cancer is also a … Read More...

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Portuguese researchers develop new tool that improves HDGC detection

Dr. Raquel Seruca, MD, PhD.

Raquel Seruca, MD, PHD
Group Leader of Cancer Genetics Group
Institute of Molecular Pathology and Immunology of Porto University (IPATIMUP)
Affiliated Professor, Medical Faculty of Porto University, Portugal

 
 
We are excited to share this press release from No … Read More...

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My Road To Awareness

Jessica McAuliffe

by Jessica McAuliffe
Jessica is a wife and mother of five children. She is an attorney and owns her own photography studio. She lost her mother to stomach cancer in January 2005. Since then she has been trying to advocate Read More...

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Words For Caregivers

Alex Niles

Not long ago, CureWear Founder Alex Niles was enjoying life like any other 30-year old: late nights with friends, spontaneous global travel, and the passionate pursuit of opportunity.

Then came the curveball.

In the fall of 2013, Alex was diagnosed Read More...

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How to live without a stomach

James TurnerJames Turner, 43, lives in Northumberland, England and is married to Claire. They have two children – a boy aged five and a girl aged eight.

Both James’s mother (in 2000) and his brother (in 2011) died of stomach cancer. … Read More...

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