Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC) Family Workshop at Cambridge Institute

Cancer Research UKOne of the many highlights of the recent 2nd Consensus meeting on Hereditary Gastric Cancer at the Radboud University Medical Centre in Nijmegen was the opportunity to live the mission of NSFC, uniting the caring power of people worldwide affected … Read More...

John’s March Against Stomach Cancer Raises Over $14,000 for No Stomach For Cancer

John Cardinale, who hosted John’s March Against Stomach Cancer in January, passed away on March 20, 2013 after a 2-year battle with stomach cancer.

He was a determined, inspirational man who was an advocate for this cause from the moment Read More...

First Annual No Stomach For Cancer Walk Raises $35,415 for Stomach Cancer Research

Walk UK

United Kingdom

Although we still have a few loose ends to tie up regarding the November 3rd Walk, we wanted to share with you the excitement, the success that every single member of this community made happen.

Honestly, when we …

Join 2nd annual John’s March Against Stomach Cancer at Sonoma Raceway

We are grateful to John Cardinale for selecting No Stomach For Cancer as the beneficiary of his 2nd annual March Against Stomach Cancer on January 12th at the Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California.

It was a year ago that we …

Borzi Belly Bash!

Thank you Gretchen and the Borzi family for your donation, and for sharing your story. We will be remembering Jeannie as we Walk this year for stomach cancer awareness. Looks like a fun event! Did anyone else notice something of … Read More...

Wil To Live

This past summer Waleska Lopez, along with family and friends, hosted the second annual Wil To Live event. Thank you to all those involved for your hard work, generous donation and continued support of our mission. We will be thinking … Read More...



As my first official and unofficial writing on No Stomach for Cancer’s website, let me first give a bit of introduction to myself. I am 22 years old. My mother passed away from gastric cancer at the age of … Read More...

Walking Across England For Stomach Cancer

It was like this for a few hours on the second day...and then the heavens opened.

Follow the Linstead Family in their Walk Across England To Fight Stomach Cancer

The trek begins in St. Bees on August 5 with arrival … Read More...

the one hundred

By Elizabeth A. Lambert, No Stomach For Cancer, Inc. board member


Beth and Karen, the one hundred

One week ago today, I had the very humbling experience to attend “the one hundred,” an event/fundraiser sponsored by the Cancer Center at Massachusetts General Hospital; it recognizes … Read More...

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