Stomach cancer, also called gastric cancer, is the second leading cause of cancer death in rest of the world, while becoming less common in the United States and Europe. Commonly, stomach cancer starts with the cancerous transformation of stomach cells. Stomach cancer can develop anywhere in the organ and spread to other parts of the body by growing beyond the stomach wall, entering the bloodstream or reaching the lymphatic system. Stomach cancer typically is a slow growing cancer and may not show symptoms for many years.
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