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A BREATH TEST TO FIND AND PREDICT STOMACH CANCER


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#1 pandas777

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Posted 22 April 2016 - 07:51 PM

A recent study describes a method that could be used to diagnose stomach cancer, and assess the risk for a specific person to have one.  Approximately 24,590 people in US are annually diagnosed with this type of cancer. It usually manifests in elderly people around 69th year of life.

The disease is usually asymptomatic during its early development, making the diagnostics very difficult. In rare cases when it does cause the symptoms, those usually are loss of appetite, weight loss, stomach pains and nausea. Obviously, all of the listed symptoms can be easily ascribed to other medical conditions.

Thus, among five cases of stomach cancer only one gets a proper diagnosis before the disease spreads to the other organs. This fact means that additional tools are required to distinguish a disease in an early stage. Doing so can improve the overall treatment outcome dynamic.

if you want to know more, follow this link: http://bimedis.com/l...-stomach-cancer





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