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Foundation-Funded Lab at MD Anderson Advances Discoveries in Peritoneal Carcinomatosis
New Grant Awarded to USC for Study of Epigenetic Targets in Gastric Cancer
New Foundation Grant to Dana-Farber for Study of “Chromosomal Instability” in Gastric Cancer
Foundation-Funded Lab at MD Anderson Advances Discoveries in Peritoneal Carcinomatosis
About 45% of gastric cancer patients experience peritoneal carcinomatosis (PC), the spread of the cancer to the abdominal lining—a development that’s associated with poor outcomes. Last year, the Gastric Cancer Foundation awarded a $75,000 research g...
New Grant Awarded to USC for Study of Epigenetic Targets in Gastric Cancer
New Foundation Grant to Dana-Farber for Study of “Chromosomal Instability” in Gastric Cancer
Gastric tumors with a genetic abnormality called microsatellite instability-high (MSI-H) can be treated with immune-targeted drugs, but there’s a much more common form of disordered DNA in stomach tumors that’s not as well understood. It’s called “ch...
ben feinstein research scholar award
GCF-AGA Grant Awards Newest Research Scholar: Samuel J Klempner, MD
Samuel J. Klempner, M.D., was completing his fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston when he first became interested in studying the process by which gastric cancer spreads to the peritoneum—the membrane that lines the abdominal ...
Jose Saenz at DDW 2018
Foundation-Funded Research Scholar Receives NIH Grant to Continue Research
Jose Saenz, the 2017 recipient of the AGA–Gastric Cancer Foundation Ben Feinstein Memorial Research Scholar Aw...

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Join with us to fuel the next wave of progress.

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