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It is typically detected through an endoscopy once it is already in stage 3 or 4.

Heather said her body gives other cues if it has been too long since eating including becoming lightheaded, lethargic and fatigued.

Heather Huus, 32, underwent a gastrectomy in 2016 when a genetic test determined that she carried a gene that put her at an 83 percent risk of developing hereditary stomach cancer and a four percent chance of survival.

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Now she eats every two to three hours and her intestines can't handle more than two cups of food at a time.

'On the weekends in the hustle and bustle of everything I can forget to eat and all of a sudden it hits me and I'm super tired,' she said.

Hereditary diffuse gastric cancer (HDGC) is caused by a mutation in the CDH1 gene.

It is estimated that less than one percent of Americans will develop stomach cancer of any kind and only a small fraction of those will be HDGC.

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A woman from North Dakota had her stomach surgically removed to avoid developing the cancer that killed her mother and grandfather.The gastrectomy attached her esophagus to her small intestine.Since her surgery 15 months ago, she has lost 130 pounds due to a significant change in portion sizes.'I don't get hungry and don't get full because there's no stomach to tell my brain these things,' she said.It seems as though I can tolerate little of any type of fat.The only thing that makes my discomfort manageable is Mylanta and Zantac.Doctors told Heather that her best bet at prevention was to remove her stomach.

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