Peter is 58 years old. A few months ago he has started to notice a pain in what he calls “the stomach“. It began with a poorly defined discomfort, but now it’s a dull, continuous pain that lasts throughout the day, and is not relieved by antacids.
Can this abdominal pain be a sign that Peter has stomach cancer?
John is 52 years old. After a few months noticing discomfort in the upper abdomen, he has begun to have nausea and vomiting every time he eats a normal amount of food. Because of that, he is losing a lot of weight, and other people are noticing it.
These nausea and vomiting can be related to a stomach cancer?
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