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Studies show advances in gastrointestinal cancer treatments

New trial data showing improvements in the treatment of esophageal and gastrointestinal cancers were recently released at the ESMO 2012 Congress of the European Society for Medical Oncology in Vienna.

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Long-Term Risk of GI Cancers Not Elevated in Celiac Patients : Family Practice News

Overall, celiac disease patients are not at increased risk for gastrointestinal cancers beyond their first year after diagnosis, according to a review by Dr. Peter Elfström and colleagues in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

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A Patient with Advanced Gastric Cancer Presenting with Extremely ...

A Patient with Advanced Gastric Cancer Presenting with Extremely ... | Gastrointestinal Cancer | Scoop.it
Gastric cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed malignancies in South Korea. Female patients with advanced gastric cancer, in particular premenopausal patients, are also often found to have Krukenberg tumors.
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The Most Exciting Advances in the GI Field: 8 Gastroenterologists ...

The Most Exciting Advances in the GI Field: 8 Gastroenterologists ... | Gastrointestinal Cancer | Scoop.it
Gastrointestinal cancers. Recent advances including genetic testing for hereditary GI cancer syndromes; new chemotherapeutic regimens in colorectal cancer that have significantly improved survival (e.g., FOLFOX [folinic ...
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Hospitalization Often Avoidable in GI Cancers

Hospitalization Often Avoidable in GI Cancers | Gastrointestinal Cancer | Scoop.it
An oncologist's advice to consider hospice care significantly increased the likelihood of avoidable hospitalization among patients with advanced gastrointestinal cancers, a retrospective review of pat...

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Poor diet may spur inflammation-related health problems

Poor diet may spur inflammation-related health problems | Gastrointestinal Cancer | Scoop.it
(HealthDay)—People with diets that promote inflammation—such as those high in sugar and saturated fats—are at increased risk for early death from all causes, including gastrointestinal tract cancers, a new study suggests.

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Paige Gervaise's curator insight, November 18, 2013 6:11 PM

Poor diet can cause many problems including the lead up to various types of lifestyle diseases including diabetes. To have a diet change you have to have a change in mind and realise the major consequences that poor eating habits can cause.

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Health Insurance Dubai | Focus on gastrointestinal Cancer ... - Lifecare

Health Insurance Dubai | Focus on gastrointestinal Cancer ... - Lifecare | Gastrointestinal Cancer | Scoop.it
Stomach cancer (also called gastric cancer) begins in the cells that line the inner layer of the stomach and then grow outward.
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GI Cancer Services at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas

Texas Health Dallas offers a broad range of services for these types of cancer, including gastrointestinal oncology and gastrointestinal surgery. Texas Healt...
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