I am sending you a photo of my mother Jeanne. She just turned 70 but has always looked a lot younger than her age. In the photo she is wearing a Chalmette High School sweatshirt where she taught English for many years. Stomach cancer forced my mother to retire — I don’t think she was […]
The Faces of Stomach Cancer honors those battling stomach cancer, celebrates survivors, and remembers those we have lost.
My name is Chad White, I have an amazing family, my wife Jocelyn, our children Chad (16), Gary(12), Ella(12) , Joseph(12). Jan 25th, 2010 was the day my world changed. The day of my full gastrectomy! Finding out I had genetic stomach cancer was very tough. The doctor strongly advised me to have the surgery […]
This is my beautiful, wonderful, once vivacious mom…..Doran Barro. She was 75 and lived in Arizona. She was a healthy woman with no medical problems. In March this past year, 2014, she started feeling like she was developing acid reflux, started getting a really full feeling in her stomach after only a few bites of […]
My name is Alan Gorman. Iím 50 years old and I currently live in Exeter, NH with my wife Susan and two young sons. I was diagnosed with stomach cancer (signet cell adenocarcinoma) in March 2014. I had 5 rounds of chemo and 28 rounds of radiation, followed by a partial esophagogastrectomy. I also had […]
Bob Ward, 48, CA, USA. Total gastrectomy a little over 2 years ago. I am happy to say I am Cancer free but still struggling with eating, drinking, nausea and maintaining weight. Eating adequate meals is nearly impossible. I have a port to receive intravenous hydration twice a week. I am very lucky to be […]
My picture is of my father, Ernie Pierce from Oklahoma. This is his story: On March 30, 2008 Ernie Pierce had everything in the world to be thankful for. The then 62 year old man had been married to his wife, Jan, for 37 years. They had three grown daughters and two grandchildren. Ernie had […]
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