Stomach cancer

Stomach cancer is a type of cancer that originates in the cells of the inner lining of the stomach, may start in different parts of the stomach and then spread to other surrounding tissues. Treatment may include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapy and biological therapy, depending on the stage and extent of the cancer. Oncothermia may be a complementary option to help fight the cancer.

Cáncer de estómago

Stomach cancer in diagnosis

Cáncer de estómago

After 12 sessions of Oncothermie


Gastric adenocarcinoma (G2).


50-year-old man.


Subtotal gastrectomy in major of 2009. In April 2012 after a duodenal obstruction due to cancer recurrence, a stent was inserted. It was treated with 30Gy radiotherapy in 10 fractions (1 / day) for 2 weeks. Oncothermia was applied after radiotherapy, 2 to 3 times a week (August to October 2012).


The tumor markers decreased: CEA 5.42 to 4.44 (from August to October 2012). There were no side effects from the increase in temperature in the metal stent.


Prof. Dr. TaesingJeung


Department of Oncology, Kosin University Gospel Hospital, South Corea.