Stomach (Gastric) Cancer Resources & Links

You may get access to investigational treatments and help others with stomach cancer by being part of a clinical trial. Clinical trials may seek to test a drug, therapy or diagnostic tool. Before the trials, the drugs or treatments have been tested extensively. The University of Kansas Cancer Center evaluates all patients to see if they meet the criteria for clinical trials. If you are eligible, you can decide if you would like to participate.

In some cases, clinical trial costs may not be completely covered by your insurance. Be sure to check with your insurer first.

Living Well after Stomach Cancer

Surviving cancer is a life-long process. You will need regular checkups. You also may need help with the side effects of treatment. You may want to learn about lifestyle changes that can speed recovery and improve your quality of life. Be sure to discuss this with your health care team. You also may wish to visit the Brandmeyer Patient Resource Center for more information. 

Our experienced team of doctors, nurses, counselors, dietitians and research coordinators can help you:

  • Understand your treatment
  • Deal with complications 
  • Assess and manage side effects 
  • Monitor for cancer recurrence 
  • Give you access to clinical studies 
  • Make diet, exercise and lifestyle recommendations 

Helpful Websites

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Clinical Trials

Medical research finds ways to help people live longer, improve their quality of life and manage or cure disease. This is possible because of the people who volunteer to participate in clinical trials.

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