Stomach Cancer

Stomach cancer, among the most common cancers worldwide, occurs primarily in patients between 65 and 80 years of age. In the United States, doctors diagnose some 28,000 people with stomach cancer each year, more often in men than in women.

“Am I pooping enough? Why is my poop green?” Seemingly silly questions like these are, in fact, important to understanding your body. The bowel movement chart below will help you decode your stool and discover helpful insights into your health. Keep in mind that everyone’s body is different and only a medical professional can evaluate your individual symptoms and observations.

It's estimated that about 27,600 new cases of stomach cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in 2020: 16,980 in men and 10,620 in women.

When diagnosing or treating cancer, a less-invasive procedure often leads to better outcomes and fewer risks.

One of the world’s deadliest cancers is also one of the rarest in the United States. About 25,000 Americans are diagnosed with stomach cancer each year, however many more are afflicted worldwide.