Stomach cancer is cancer that starts anywhere inside the stomach or the stomach wall. It’s also called gastric cancer.
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Find out about tests to diagnose stomach cancer, screening and seeing a specialist.
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Doctors can use these tests to diagnose Stomach cancer.
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You may have these tests after you've been diagnosed with Stomach cancer.
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Treatment options for Stomach cancer, how your doctors decide and what to expect.
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Find out where stomach cancer can spread and about how treatment can control your symptoms.
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Find out how, where and when you have chemotherapy for Stomach cancer and get drug information.
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Find out how, where and when you have chemotherapy for stomach cancer and get drug information.
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The type of surgery you need for cancer of the stomach depends on which part of the stomach the cancer is in
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Radiotherapy uses high energy waves similar to x-rays to kill Stomach cancer cells.
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Find out how treatments aim to control symptoms when Stomach cancer is advanced.
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Get support to cope during and after cancer treatment, including diet tips to help you eat well.
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Radiotherapy uses high energy waves similar to x-rays to kill cancer cells. You might have radiotherapy to shrink the cancer, relieve symptoms such as bleeding and help you feel more comfortable.
See how you have a planning scan and what happens during your radiotherapy planning session.
Find out what happens when you have radiotherapy for advanced stomach cancer.
Find out about the side effects of radiotherapy for advanced stomach cancer. The side effects tend to be mild.
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