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NEW COURSE: Oesophageal Cancer – Early Diagnosis

NEW COURSE: Oesophageal Cancer – Early Diagnosis

25th February 2021 We are delighted to announce that GatewayC's Oesophageal Cancer - Early Diagnosis course is now available. Oesophageal cancer is the 14th most common cancer in the UK, accounting for 3% of all new cancer cases with the highest incidence rates for...

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Assessing peripheral neuropathy

Assessing peripheral neuropathy

18th February 2021 It is important for primary care practitioners to explore and assess peripheral neuropathy carefully by evaluating the level of impact on the patient, both physically and emotionally. Many individuals receiving chemotherapy are nervous about...

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World Cancer Day 2021

World Cancer Day 2021

4th February 2021 The 4th of February 2021 marks World Cancer Day 2021. This year, the theme #IAmAndIWill encourages us to recognise our own commitments to improving cancer outcomes. GatewayC now has over 19 free online cancer education courses which can help primary...

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Cancer Keys

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Cancer Keys: Cancer and Dyspepsia

Cancer Keys: Cancer and Dyspepsia

28th February 2020 Whilst dyspepsia is commonplace in general practice, it can sometimes be an indicator of stomach or oesophageal cancers. Potential pitfall: Typically, dyspepsia may be associated with common and less serious triggers such as lifestyle factors or...

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Cancer Keys: Thrombocytosis and L.E.G.O

Cancer Keys: Thrombocytosis and L.E.G.O

24th February 2020 Reactive thrombocytosis can be indicator for several underlying causes, which are either self-limiting or serious. These can include infection (e.g. H.pylori), inflammation, blood loss, anaemia and a number of cancers. Helpful hint Depending on the...

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Cancer Keys: Salty Foods and Stomach Cancer Risk

Cancer Keys: Salty Foods and Stomach Cancer Risk

Eating too many foods that are high in salt such as salted meat, brined fish and pickled vegetables can increase the risk of stomach cancer. Higher rates of stomach cancer are found in countries like Japan and Korea, than in the UK, where these foods are more popular....

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