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Cancer patients in England are 40 per cent more likely to survive for at least a year after diagnosis of stomach and oesophageal cancer than they were in the eighties, according to latest figures revealed at the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference in Birmingham today (Tuesday). Cancer patients in England are 40 per cent more likely to survive for at least a year after diagnosis of stomach and oesophageal cancer than they were in the eighties, according to latest figures revealed at the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference in Birmingham today (Tuesday).

by Cancer Research UK | News | 7 October 2008

7 October 2008

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People who eat a regular diet of highly salted food double their risk of stomach cancer according to a report published in the British Journal of Cancer1. People who eat a regular diet of highly salted food double their risk of stomach cancer according to a report published in the British Journal of Cancer1.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 6 January 2004

6 January 2004

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Genetic screening could soon offer hope for families affected by an inherited form of stomach cancer, following research published this week by Cancer Research UK scientists1. Genetic screening could soon offer hope for families affected by an inherited form of stomach cancer, following research published this week by Cancer Research UK scientists1.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 24 May 2002

24 May 2002