A Gut Check for Bad Genes radio interview and news article on WYNC-FM / WYNC News. Deb Napolitano and Lauri Ford del Rio share how their family has been impacted by stomach cancer. December 2012.
Why You Need To Be Aware of Stomach Cancer, Sway In The Morning on Sirius XM talking with Nefertiti Angelica Strong about stomach cancer. July 2012
Former Hip-Hop Artist Brings Awareness to Stomach Cancer. The Network Journal interviews Angelica (Nefertiti) Strong. July 2012
A Conversation with No Stomach For Cancer’s Beth Lambert on the Stand Up To Cancer website. November 2011
Two sisters living without stomachs Ravindra and Meeta Singh opted to have their stomachs removed to prevent cancer From “This Morning”, a TV program in the United Kingdom. March 2011
Family Has No Stomach for Cancer: Genetic Testing Saves Walsh Family Further Suffering. Genetic counselng and testing gave this family the opportunity to stop the losses in their family resulting from a hereditary stomach cancer syndrome. They share their story in an ongoing effort to help other families do the same, through education about hereditary cancer risks. Medway & Millis, MA February 2011
When There’s Cancer in the Family: Mass General’s CCRA is a leader in genetic testing and consultation, offering expertise in hereditary syndromes. Two families talk about how their families benefited from genetic counseling services. Boston, MA January 2011
Families Raise Stomach Cancer Awareness. At just 27-years-old, Harrisburg Kindergarten teacher Megan O’Connor had her entire life before her. But on New Year’s Eve 2007, doctors diagnosed her with Stomach Cancer. Sioux Falls, SD November 2010
Local Family Takes Steps To Avoid Stomach Cancer features the Lambert & Walsh families in the Boston, MA area. They share their story in an effort to raise awareness about stomach cancer. Knowing your family history is critical in identifying hereditary risks for cancer, as is evident in this story and the genetic connection between stomach and colon cancer. WBZ-TV Boston, MA November 2010
Mass General Cancer Center patient takes action on stomach cancer awareness about No Stomach For Cancer leading the celebration of the first National Stomach Cancer Awareness Month. Boston, MA November 2010
Franklin family goes to extreme measures for stomach cancer gene features the Lambert & Walsh families. The Milford Daily News, August 2010
Family reacts to cancer gene with pre-emptive surgery features the Lambert & Walsh families. Cape Cod Times, August 2010
The sisters living without stomachs features the Singh sisters. BBC News, July 2010
A story of hope: Family has stomachs removed to fight cancer, an article written by Aaron Nicodemus, appeared in the Worcester Telegram and Gazette, Worcester, MA on February 2, 2010. February 2010
Elizabeth Lambert, a teacher and a member of the Board of Directors of No Stomach For Cancer, Inc., is dedicated to raising awareness and educating the public about diffuse stomach cancer. Like many others, her family has been affected by a hereditary form of stomach cancer.
Elizabeth’s family was featured in a January 22, 2010 episode of Chronicle about genetics which aired on WCVB Boston Channel 5 on January 22, 2010.
TV New Zealand Close Up: The Kiwis who inspired a Grey’s plotAn uplifting and interesting Close Up news broadcast about Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC) on TV New Zealand featuring Parry Guilford, the scientist who first identified HDGC and the CDH1 gene mutation that causes HDGC. His discovery, only eleven years new, has been saving so many lives, including in the Chelcun family and many other families worldwide. The Close Up includes interviews with the original families in whom HDGC was first identified. We must find ways to fund the promising research that will ultimately lead to the prevention of this particular cancer as well as other related cancers. June 2009
Family removes stomachs to fight rare stomach cancer features the Karen Chelcun family of Madison, WI. WKOW TV, Madison WI, March 2009
Late math teacher leaves behind legacy at SPASH about Greg Chelcun, who passed away on February 8, 2009 due to HDGC. Stevens Point Journal, Stevens Point, WI. February 2009
Family Battles Rare Stomach Cancer features the Ken Chelcun family of Charlotte, NC. Boston TV 5, Boston MA, December 2008
Family Members Choose Radical Surgery To Beat Cancer features the Lambert & Walsh families in the Boston, MA area. Boston TV 5, Boston MA, July 2008