Diabetes mellitus and the risk of gastric cancer: a meta-analysis of cohort studies

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hyperinsulinemia 1 endocrinologydiseases
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obesity 1 endocrinologydiseases

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metformin 26369 and contribute to the potential heterogeneity. Furthermore, Tseng et al resulted DM patients received metformin might affect the incidence of gastric cancer [[67]]. Finally, they indicated DM was contributed a harmful
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diabetes mellitus 524 (collection): 7/2017Publication date (epub): 3/2017AbstractStudies examining the relationship between diabetes mellitus (DM) and the risk of gastric cancer incidence or gastric cancer mortality have produced inconsistent
diabetes mellitus 11040 heterogeneity was observed in the magnitude of the effect across the studies (P < 0.001).Figure 2Association of diabetes mellitus with the risk of gastric cancer incidence (A) and mortality (B).DM and the risk of gastric cancer incidence
diabetes mellitus 12523 illustrated the incidence of gastric cancer is gradually decreasing in Japan recently.Figure 3Association of diabetes mellitus with the risk of gastric cancer incidence in men (A) and women (B).DM and the risk of gastric cancer
diabetes mellitus 14182 I-square: 0.0%; P value for heterogeneity: 0.533; Supplemental 2: Table S4).Figure 4Association of diabetes mellitus with the risk of gastric cancer mortality in men (A) and women (B).Subgroup analysisSubstantial heterogeneity
diabetes mellitus 29362 (“carcinoma” OR “cancer” OR “neoplasm” OR “adenocarcinoma”) AND (“diabetes” OR “ diabetes mellitus ”) were searched (from inception to June 2016). The details of the search strategy are listed in Supplemental
hyperglycemia 23969 and the higher risk of gastric cancer. They explained this relationship saying that DM patients with hyperglycemia may cause dysregulation of energy balance, which could affect intracellular metabolism and impair immune
hyperglycemia 25628 affect the relationship between DM and gastric cancer incidence or mortality. Tseng et al indicated hyperglycemia , Helicobacter pylori (HP) infection, high salt intake, medications and comorbidities might play an important
hyperinsulinemia 24773 subsets. It is possible that longer diabetes duration could be associated with insulin resistance and hyperinsulinemia , which might has an effect on promoting cell growth and proliferation. Although an important population-based
obesity 7111 [[57]]USADischarge diagnosis450157859.14501578/05.77515NARR10.5Age, time, latency, race, number of visits,alcohol, obesity and COPD8Zendehdel K 2003 [[19]]SwedenMedical records2918738.714864/14323NA10NASIR14.4Excluding the

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