Gastric cancer and related epigenetic alterations

  title={Gastric cancer and related epigenetic alterations},
  author={Trupti N Patel and Soumyadipta Roy and Revathi Ravi},
Gastric cancer, a malignant and highly proliferative condition, has significantly affected a large population around the globe and is known to be caused by various factors including genetic, epigenetic, and environmental influences. Though the global trend of these cancers is declining, an increase in its frequency is still a threat because of changing lifestyles and dietary habits. However, genetic and epigenetic alterations related to gastric cancers also have an equivalent contribution… CONTINUE READING
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