Faces of Stomach Cancer

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Tony

Tony

This is my husband, Tony. He lost his battle with stomach cancer two months after his diagnosis on July 24, 2013, less than a month before his 70th birthday.  Those two months were devastating as he tried to come to terms with the knowledge of how little was offered to him to help.  The chemo […]

Sundar Matpadi

Sundar Matpadi

I was diagnosed with stomach cancer in August 2012 and had my TG done in Sept 2012. Later had 92 days of oral chemo and 30 days of radiation. My treatment ended in May 2013 and since then I am NED. I lost around 100 lbs during this whole process and I am still in […]

Amy Marshall

Amy Marshall

I’ve found so much support from your page. I live in the UK and I don’t feel we have as much support and information as you do over in the US so I find your page and posts extremely useful! My Mum unfortunately died in 2003 after loosing a very tough and quick battle with […]

Ed Mizerk

Ed Mizerk

My story begins in August of 2018. At 51 years old, I got my colonoscopy done. They found eight massive polyps, and most were precancerous. Since I was adopted and had no family medical history, the doctor suggested a genetic test. Since I was at my deductible, I thought, why not? The results did not […]

Rosie Rosanna Fiorino

My name is Rosie, and I live in Italy, near Rome. My story begins in 2004, at the age of 35, when I was busy working, traveling and seeing lots of concerts with friends. I did not even remotely imagine what storm my life was about to go through. A storm that would have changed […]

Linda Stokes

Linda Stokes

After being diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2015, genetic testing revealed I had the CDH1 gene mutation. In June of that year, I chose to have a double mastectomy rather than a lumpectomy as anticipated with the original diagnosis. I found no local medical professional who knew anything about CDH1 and only got referred […]

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