This week on the Dr. Joe Galati podcast, we are talking about the month of November being Stomach Cancer Awareness month. There is a lot of information to gather here, considering many of the common G.I. complaints that people have could be early warning signals that something more serious is wrong. Don’t ignore the symptoms that are perceived as being OK to have, such as bloating, nausea, heartburn, and difficulty swallowing. Like all serious conditions, early intervention is the key to long-term survival.
Making a return visit is Dr. Sudha Kodali, answering some additional questions about liver cancer from her October appearance on the program. Check out that podcast here. Here again, it's the awareness of our own personal risk factors, and symptoms that we need to be familiar with.
Lastly, some exciting new research out of Sweden is indicating that exercise increases the function of the CD8+ white blood cells in fighting different types of cancer. Yet another reason to get up, dust off your sneakers, and get moving.
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