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Could I have stomach cancer if I have appetite loss and stomach pains?

Certainly, these could be symptoms of stomach cancer, but they may often be due to benign conditions such as gallbladder attacks, ulcers, or inflammation. Many patients with these symptoms undergo and upper endoscopy with blood work and possibly even a CT scan or ultrasound.
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