Excerpt from The Medical Age, 1904, Vol. 22: A Semi-Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery
Pain, so frequently considered characteristic of cancer, is inevitable only when a nerve is directly implicated. Otherwise it indicates a dirty, distended, or otherwise neglected stomach. Some degree of discomfort cannot be avoided, but a well - cared for gastric cancer is not painful, unless the circumstances are peculiar.
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