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Stomach Cancer (cont.)

Stomach Cancer Symptoms

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  • Early symptoms of stomach cancer tend to be vague and nonspecific. Seek medical attention if you have any of the following symptoms:
    • Mild upper abdominal discomfort associated with nausea and loss of appetite
    • Difficulty swallowing because of a tumor involving the upper part of your stomach, near the esophagus
    • Feeling of fullness after taking only a small amount of food
  • The following symptoms may indicate advanced disease:
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