Many cases of stomach cancer can’t be completely cured, but it’s still possible to relieve symptoms and improve quality of life using chemotherapy and in some cases radiotherapy and surgery. If operable, surgery can cure stomach cancer as long as all of the cancerous tissue can be removed. You will know if you have stomach cancer if you have an x-ray , endoscopy , biopsy and other ways.
Stomach cancer produces with starting in the stomach tubes and then growing little masses then they will grow if not stopped. Radioactive therapy is a good way to shrink these cancers as well it stops them from spreading.
The cancer is a slow-growing cancer that usually develops over a year or longer. Generally, there are no symptoms in the early stages (asymptomatic). As the disease progresses, a variety of symptoms can develop. As the cancer progresses, the symptoms that do appear can be misdiagnosed as normal gastrointestinal issues. As a result, stomach cancer can go undetected for years before the symptoms become concerning enough to warrant diagnostic testing.
You might have blood tests to help diagnose stomach cancer. Blood tests can check your general health, including how well your liver and kidneys are working. check numbers of blood cells. Worsening weakness and exhaustion. A need to sleep much of the time, often spending most of the day in bed or resting. Weight loss and muscle thinning or loss. Minimal or no appetite and difficulty eating or swallowing fluids these are the symptom’s that your body cant cope and you basically can die.