Stomach Cancer Risk Factors

A diet high in salt, especially when accompanied by a long term H. pylori infection of the stomach appear to be the two most important environmental factors promoting stomach cancer worldwide. Both these insults damage to the stomach lining reducing the production of protective mucous and acid resulting in a atrophic gastritis. This precancerous state is seen in 15-20% of older Americans. Nitrites...

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