It helps to know you're not alone. We encourage you and your family to gain support not only from our cancer experts, but also from others going through similar experiences.
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Eating problems are common to people with cancer. Cancer of the stomach or esophagus can pose extra challenges. Our dietitians help make sure you get the nutrition you need.
Centers are open to anyone who needs to experience support while learning about colon and rectal cancer.
Even after a cancer diagnosis, quitting smoking will improve your health.
Worried about inheriting cancer or passing it on? Ask your doctor if a referral for genetic counseling is appropriate for you.
These organizations are good resources for information about stomach and esophageal cancer:
CaringBridge provides free, secure, personalized Web pages that notify family and friends of news about loved ones.
Studies show a link between stomach cancer and diet. These pages of our health encyclopedia may help you make informed decisions about your diet and nutrition needs.
Diet for stomach problems
Eat right for your type
Eating during cancer treatment
Self-care measures with cancer
Relaxation and meditation
Non-pharmacological management of cancer pain
Pharmacological management of cancer pain
Alternative (integrative) medicine
Advance care planning