International group to discuss updates to HDGC guidelines

International group to discuss updates to HDGC guidelines

WorkshopFrom March 19-21, No Stomach For Cancer’s founder, Karen Chelcun Schreiber, is attending the 2nd Consensus meeting on Hereditary Gastric Cancer at the Radboud University Medical Centre in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. The 47 workshop attendees represent stomach cancer researchers and … Read More...

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The Loss of a Mother

Mother and daughterBy Lorita Sajous

For those who do not know my story, I became pregnant two months after my mom’s stage 4 gastric cancer diagnosis. For nine months, we faced all obstacles together until she passed away in February 2013. I … Read More...

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The Marketing, Scarcity, Rising Costs and Future of Vitamin B12

1ml bottlesIt is said that every person reacts differently and recovers differently after having a total gastrectomy (TG). But something that everyone has in common is malabsorption of vitamins and minerals, which people experience to varying degrees. And one problem that … Read More...

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Blog GuidelinesIf you have been affected by an illness or crisis, then you know how valuable it is to connect with others who have experienced something similar. People in the No Stomach For Cancer community, especially when first impacted by stomach … Read More...

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Research Study: Psychosocial Implications of Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC)

HDGC Impact Study Notice

No Stomach For Cancer would like to let you know about a research study that may be of interest to you. The study, “The Psychosocial Implications of Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer,” was approved by The Brandeis University Committee for Protection … Read More...

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The power of sharing our stories: Raising awareness and inspiring research

Mike Walsh and Beth Lambert

One of my favorite aspects of my involvement with No Stomach For Cancer is connecting with others – patients, their families, and medical professionals. Each day we live our mission statement of “supporting research and uniting the caring power of … Read More...

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Mhari Saito Scholarship awarded to Divya Yerramilli

Divya Yerramilli
Congratulations to Divya Yerramilli, recipient of the Mhari Saito Scholarship for 2013.

Divya is currently a fourth-year medical student at the University of Pennsylvania, and is also earning her Masters in Bioethics. Divya first discovered her interest in oncology and … Read More...

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The Gift of Awareness: A gift that keeps on giving

Jennifer and Jamie Zambranaby Jamie Zambrana

What is on my mind…

As I sit here the day after my sister’s 2nd year passing anniversary; I can’t help but want to share with you a piece of her story, and the ultimate gift she … Read More...

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