Almost 2% of all cancer-related deaths each year are attributed to stomach cancer, also known as gastric cancer. Statistics show that stomach cancer affects men more than women, and there will be approximately 26,000 new cases each year. Most diagnoses are in older people around 68 years old. It’s amongst the five most commonplace and, consequentially – deadliest cancers. With a poor overall prognosis (32% five-year survival rate globally), the disease is as current and formidable as ever. The primary reason is that more than 60% of people are diagnosed only after the stomach cancer has spread to other tissues. Experts from the EuroMed Foundation, with their years of experience in treating various cancers with alternative stomach cancer treatment and other holistic approaches, are here to share a couple of tips on how to combat the disease without damaging one’s physical and mental well-being.