H Pylori Causes Cancerous Lesions even in Asymptomatic Patients...

The World Health Organization classifies H pylori infection as a class I carcinogen, putting it in the same band of risk for stomach cancer as cigarette smoking and asbestos for lung cancer. Moreover, the European Helicobacter Study Group has defined H pylori infection as the number one risk factor for stomach cancer, stating that early H pylori diagnosis and treatment is the best way to prevent the disease. One of the problems associated with H pylori is that it can wreak havoc on the digestive system without causing obvious symptoms. Some people do have terrible H pylori symptoms including...