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This information tells you about the most common type of stomach cancer (adenocarcinoma of the stomach), its causes and symptoms and what is likely to happen if you are diagnosed with this type of cancer.
There are different types of stomach cancer. Some factors may increase a person's risk of developing stomach cancer.
Treatment for stomach cancer can include surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy depending on your situation. Your doctors will discuss your treatment with you including clinical trials.
Find out about the services, organisations and other resources that can help you.
Describes the symptoms of stomach cancer and tests to diagnose it. You can also find out about the staging and grading of stomach cancer.
Links to information and advice on how to deal with the emotional, practical and financial effects a cancer diagnosis may have.
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