Stomach Cancer


    Stomach cancer may initially present with no symptoms of stomach cancer. As the disease progresses, symptoms include feeling bloated after eating, feeling full after eating small amounts of food, nausea, heartburn, or indigestion. Treatment options include surgery, medications, radiation, and chemotherapy.

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    Continually learning

    With a focus on continual improvement, our doctors take the time to research, study and innovate to provide the latest treatments for our patients.

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    Our care ranges from primary care physicians to specialists and sub-specialists who have advanced training. We're here for you when you need us.

    Breakthrough tech

    Continually teaching the next generation of doctors, our physicians use the latest developments in procedures and technologies for our patients.

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    Senator Dick Durbin, Dr. Robert Mocharnuk

    Durbin visits Simmons Cancer Institute to discuss nationwide shortage of cancer drugs

    Senator Dick Durbin held a news conference at SIU's Simmons Cancer Institute to discuss the shortage of life-saving drugs for cancer patients. Last month, Durbin urged the FDA to use the agency’s authority to immediately address the ongoing shortage.