July 1, 2022

Episode 329: Making strides in the fight against stomach cancer

Stomach cancer is only the fifth leading cancer affecting people in the United States, but it much more common worldwide.

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GI Cancer Institute

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Episode 329 Making strides in the fight against stomach cancer

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Stomach cancer is only the fifth leading cancer affecting people in the United States, but it much more common worldwide. University of Arizona researcher Juanita Merchant talks about how stomach cancer is linked to a specific organism and why it's a special concern for residents on tribal lands.

Juanita Merchant spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the University of Arizona Space Institute.

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