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What conditions may be precursors for stomach cancer?

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Dr. Carlo Contreras
Surgery - Oncology
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In brief: Multiple

- chronic acid reflux - chronic colonization with h.
Pylori bacteria - smoking & tobacco use - excessive alcohol consumption - high intake of smoked & cured foods (mostly in developing nations) - high intake of foods treated with nitrosamines (also outside usa) - certain genetic syndromes are associated with stomach cancer.

In brief: Multiple

- chronic acid reflux - chronic colonization with h.
Pylori bacteria - smoking & tobacco use - excessive alcohol consumption - high intake of smoked & cured foods (mostly in developing nations) - high intake of foods treated with nitrosamines (also outside usa) - certain genetic syndromes are associated with stomach cancer.
Dr. Carlo Contreras
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2 doctors agree

In brief: Reflux and ulcers

Reflux or gerd can be as well as ulcers.

In brief: Reflux and ulcers

Reflux or gerd can be as well as ulcers.
Dr. Terry Simpson
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