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There is Always Hope: COVID-19 Pandemic Response

Dear Friends, Facing stomach cancer is plenty difficult without also having to deal with a global pandemic. So, I wanted to reach out with some Hope-ful observations as we get through COVID-19 together. A Familiar Situation For those of us fighting stomach cancer the feeling of heartbreak, devastation and fear that the COVID crisis touches […]

#GivingTuesday

Today is #GivingTuesday- a Global Generosity Movement, and I am asking for your support in transforming the battle against stomach cancer (gastric cancer). Our vision is to bridge the gap between research and care – because only then will we be able to find a cure and end stomach cancer. For the last 7 years, […]

The Physical Cost of Being Cured of Stomach Cancer

Hello friends and family, I thought it’s time to update on my dad. I’ve been asking for good thoughts, positive energy and prayers sent my dad’s way but I’ve not been so forthcoming on what is going on. As most of you already know, my dad is considered clinically “cured” from advanced stomach cancer. However, […]

Greater Awareness for Stomach Cancer Needed: Under 40 At Risk

Barcelona, Spain – Stomach cancer should no longer be considered a disease only of older people, and patients under 40 with chronic digestive symptoms should be more actively investigated – especially if they are of Latin American ethnicity. This advice follows new data from a retrospective, observational study in Mexico which showed that one in […]