To support research and unite the caring power of people worldwide affected by stomach cancer.
OUR IMPACT - Mhari Saito Scholarship
No Stomach for Cancer has established a scholarship in the name of Mhari Saito, who embodied the mission of No Stomach for Cancer, to support research and unite the caring power of people worldwide affected by stomach cancer. Mhari passed away from stomach cancer on April 15, 2013. Mhari first reached out to NSFC in September 2012 with the desire to get involved. She had been diagnosed with stage 4 stomach cancer but was doing well and wanted to use her time and talents to raise awareness and help others.
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THE FACES OF STOMACH CANCER
In 2006, Adriana Walsh lost her father Steve to stomach cancer when she was just 13 years old. In 2009, she learned that she tested positive for the cdh1 mutation that took her father's life. Her most recent endoscopy in August showed evidence of stomach cancer, so she took immediate action and had her entire stomach removed. Read about how Adriana, now 21, faced her diagnosis and follow her hope-filled, positive recovery from surgery in Young and Stomachless, September 2014.
No Stomach For Cancer is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Grant for Gastric Cancer Innovation, Education, and Opportunity totaling $100,000. As part of the organization's global mission, it will fund significant research projects in the areas of immunotherapy, and blood biomarkers to predict early recurrence of stomach cancer.
We are happy to announce our Spring 2019 Spotlight on Stomach Cancer on June 1st at the University of Chicago Medicine in Chicago Illinois. The Spotlight on Stomach Cancer is an excellent opportunity for those in the stomach cancer community, the medical community, and the general public to come together to learn more about stomach cancer and connect with others impacted by this disease.
This FREE event is open to the general public, patients, and caregivers.