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Risk of gastric cancer in asymptomatic, middle-aged Japanese subjects based on serum pepsinogen and Helicobacter pylori antibody levels
Yanaoka K, et al. Int J Cancer 2008. Among authors: Magari H. PMID 18508314 Free article.
Using H. pylori antibody and PG levels, subgroups with an especially high or low cancer incidence rate could be identified. H. pylori-negative or indeterminate subjects with low PG level (PG I <or=30 ng/mL or PG I/II ratio <or=2.0) or H. pylori-positive subjects with antibody levels >500 U/mL and a low PG level were among the subgroups with a high cancer incidence rate (over 400/100,000 person-years). ...Thus, serum PG levels and/or H. pylori antibody levels can be used to predict the risk of cancer in individuals with H. pylori-related gastritis from the general population....
Using H. pylori antibody and PG levels, subgroups with an especially high or low cancer incidence rate could be identified. H. …
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