(Reuters Health) – Eradicating the bacteria that cause stomach ulcers can slash the odds of stomach cancer by more than half among people who have had a family member develop the tumor, according to the results of a new clinical trial.
Antibiotic therapy cuts stomach cancer rate by more than half in high-risk population
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