Stomach Cancer Directory
Stomach cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the stomach. Over time, the cancer may invade more deeply into the stomach wall and spread to nearby organs. Smoking and certain chronic conditions increase the risk of developing stomach cancer. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how gastric/stomach cancer is contracted, what it looks like, how to treat it, and much more.
Anxiety and Cancer Patients
WebMD and the National Cancer Institute take a look at anxiety in cancer patients.
Coping With Cancer-Related Fatigue
WebMD offers tips on coping with cancer-related fatigue.
Basics of Stomach Cancer
Understand the basics of stomach cancer with the help of the experts at WebMD.
Stomach Cancer: Symptoms, Treatment, and Possible Causes
Learn the symptoms and treatment for stomach cancer and find out how you can lower your risk.
The New Language of Medecine: Part 2
This is the second in a two-part series on integrative medicine, the combination of conventional and alternative therapies.
The New Language of Medecine: Part 1
This is the first in a two-part series on integrative medicine, the combination of conventional and alternative therapies.
Cancer Patient's Misled Hope May Have Led to His Death
Exactly how many cancer patients turn to alternative therapies in addition to or in place of more conventional treatments is unknown.
How to Document Your Medical History
Once you've had cancer, it becomes a major part of your medical history. Make sure to get a copy of your cancer treatment records.
Do I Have to Live With Fatigue?
As a cancer survivor herself, Dr. Julie Silver knows how hard it is to manage fatigue after cancer treatments.
The Pain of Cancer Treatment
Julie Silver, MD, a cancer survivor, talks about the pain associated with cancer treatment.
Understanding Cancer Supplements
Julie Silver, MD, a cancer survivor, cautions against supplements while undergoing cancer treatment.
Handling the Stress of Cancer
Julie Silver talks about how to cope with stress associated with having cancer.