Understanding microbe-induced stomach cancer – the key to a workable strategy for worldwide prevention
Stomach cancer is the 4th most common cancer and 2nd leading cause of cancer-related deaths worldwide. Helicobacter pylori infection is the single most important risk factor for stomach cancer.
Although theoretically population-based widespread eradication of the bacterium can reduce stomach cancer incidence and mortality, the concerns of inducing multidrug resistance problems and iatrogenic diseases related to Helicobacter pylori eradication, have hampered the implementation of this approach. We aim to develop a cost-effective and safe program for stomach cancer prevention through identification of high-risk groups, on which chemoprevention or endoscopic screening can be targeted.
PreventStoCan (project number 682663)
ERC consolidator grant
Former team members
- Huan Song
- Justine Debelius
- Ulrika Zagai
- Nikolaos Tertipis
- Isabella Ekheden
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