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Chronic stomach symptoms such as heartburn, indigestion (dyspepsia), and stomach pain, are usually blamed on things such as stress, diet, or lifestyle choices.

Did you know these symptoms could be caused by H. pylori, a common bacterial infection that affects 1 out of 3 people?1

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It could be more than just heartburn or indigestion.

Medicines that reduce stomach acid only provide temporary relief.

Common over-the-counter medications may be treating the symptoms, and not what’s causing your pain and discomfort. Often these symptoms are caused by a common infection that is easily treatable.

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The right diagnosis could change lives.

H. pylori can be found in 1 in 3 people and its symptoms resemble many other common gastrointestinal (GI) conditions.1 Differentiating between GI conditions can be frustrating for both physicians and patients.

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Welcome to the H. pylori resource center.
Our mission is to raise awareness and provide education about Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori). H. pylori is one of the world’s most common bacterial infections. If left untreated, H. pylori can cause long-term infection and is one of the strongest known risk factors for gastric cancer.2

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1. Fennerty, M. B. Helicobacter pylori: why it still matters in 2005. Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, 2005; 72(Suppl_2), S1-7.
2. American Cancer Society. Key Statistics for Stomach Cancer. Available at Accessed June 9, 2022.


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