Eat a barbecue every day, the guy is diagnosed with stomach cancer

By | July 22, 2019

If you give Xiao Tan a chance, he will not use the barbecue food stalls as dinner, almost every day. Yesterday afternoon, at the Yantai Cancer Hospital, facing the “stomach cancer” diagnosis test, 23-year-old Xiao Tan said nothing. The mother on the side shed tears silently, chanting over and over again, “It’s all bad to eat in time!”

Xiao Tan is a waiter in a singing room in Zhifu District, almost 11pm every night. Go to the barbecue booth to eat barbecue and drink beer. In the past two months, Xiao Tan suddenly suffered from pain and discomfort in the upper abdomen, and he was getting thinner. He said that he lost nearly 10 pounds. At the request of the mother, Xiao Tan, who lives in the southern suburbs, went to the Yantai Cancer Hospital. Yesterday afternoon, the doctor told Xiao Tan’s family that the test results came out and it was stomach cancer. This result is not worthy of the blue sky, and knock down Xiao Tan’s mother.

Xiao Tan often eats barbecue and what is the relationship with stomach cancer? Xu Licheng, deputy director of the Department of Oncology Surgery, said that eating barbecue at night will increase the incidence of gastric cancer. First, increase the burden on the stomach, gastric juice stimulates the gastric mucosa. An ulcer has appeared. Second, the fat that is decomposed under the high temperature of the barbecue will produce harmful substances such as benzopyrene with meat protein. It is often eaten, and the phenylpropanoid accumulates too much in the body, which in turn damages the stomach and eventually induces malignant tumors such as stomach cancer and intestinal cancer.

Fortunately, because of the early detection of gastric cancer, Xiao Tan did not miss the best treatment period. Xu Licheng said that gastric cancer is becoming more and more young, and the proportion of young people under the age of 30 has risen from 1.7% in the 1970s to the current 3.3%. The incidence of gastric cancer has increased, but few patients, such as Xiao Tan, can find early, less than 10%. Many patients have delayed the timing of treatment.

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