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Senol K.,Ankara Numune Research and Training Hospital SamanpazarI | Ozkan M.B.,Ankara Numune Research and Training Hospital SamanpazarI | Vural S.,Ankara Numune Research and Training Hospital SamanpazarI | Tez M.,Ankara Numune Research and Training Hospital SamanpazarI
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology | Year: 2014

Gastric cancer, despite its declining incidence rate, is still the second cause of cancer-related death worldwide, killing 750,000 people each year and remaining the second common type of cancer. The best examples of inflammation-associated cancer in human beings may be gastric cancer. Understanding the molecular mechanism of the inflammation in gastric carcinogenesis is important for developing new strategies against gastric cancer. © 2014 Springer Basel. Source

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