Rates of lower-stomach cancer increased among younger non-Hispanic whites since 1995, while they decreased among older adults, according to a study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. A similar trend was seen among Hispanics, but increases were not seen among blacks and Asians.
Younger non-Hispanic whites see rise in lower-stomach cancer cases
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