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The success of standard treatment for H.pylori has steadily declined. Increased use of antibiotics in foods and medical therapy may have contributed to increasing H. pylori antibiotic resistance.1 While there are some benefits of gastric colonization by H. pylori infection, it is still recognized as a carcinogen by the World Health Organization (WHO) and most […]

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In the daily practice of gastroenterology, early detection of gastric cancer is especially difficult because of the flat morphology, rapid submucosal invasion and relatively short duration (about 1.5 years) of an asymptomatic stage. This presents a small window for gastroenterologists to identify early gastric cancer.1 The cause of gastric cancer is now recognized as chronic […]