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Terminal Gastric Cancer
YES IN HIGH DOSES: If you have a steady diet of fermented foods, such as kimchi, there have been studies which show a relationship to gastric cancer. But , if you eat a balanced, diverse diet with occasional intake of kimchi or other fermented foods, you won't take on much risk. Remember, the dose makes the poison. So, indulge in moderation, and enjoy. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For operable cases: Gastric cancer, when diagnosed early can be removed surgically by using a gastrectomy. But most cases are advanced beyond the stomach wall and are hence inoperable. Such cases are best managed with chemotherapy and or bypass surgery to relieve the obstructive symptoms. ...Read more
Be his support: The needs of patients with cancer are many. That is where you can help him. Ask him what he would like you to do, both for her personal care as well as his treatments. Just being there and offering your help and support will go a long way to lift up his morale and make a big difference in his ability to cope and hopefully recover from this ordeal. ...Read more
Possible: Usually w/o oral contrast it would be hard to see the inside of the stomach; however, if the tumor is large enough or there has been spread outside of the stomach it may still be possible to see. I believe the best way to know if there is disease within the stomach is to undergo an upper endoscopy where the esophagus, stomach and portion of the duodenum are visualized with a camera. ...Read more
Can you please tell me how can an inactive gastritis lead to active gatritis then gastric cancer? Thank you.
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