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Long-time Gastric Acid Suppression Does Not Increase The Risk Of Cancer

The use of H2 blocker drugs such as ranitidine (Zantac) and cimetidine (Tagamet)and proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole //(Prilosec) reduce stomach acid. This was believed to increase the risk of cancer of the esophagus or stomach.

However, a new finding says that H2 blockers and proton pump inhibitors do not increase the risk of such cancers. The cancer risk is probably due to other related factors. 'There have been concerns regarding the safety of long-time gastric acid suppression,' senior investigator Dr Mats Lindblad said.'I think our large study clearly suggests that long-time gastric acid suppression does not increase the risk of cancer of the esophagus or stomach'.

Lindblad and his colleagues at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm studied 7 years of patient data gathered in the UK general practice database.

287 patients with esophageal cancer and 522 with stomach cancer were identified. They were compared with 10,000 randomly selected subjects who were not affected by cancer.

The authors identified specific conditions for which acid-suppressing drugs are used, such as acid reflux disease, hiatal hernia and Barrett's esophagusand which were associated with an increased risk of stomach and esophagus cancer. They found no evidence to show that the drugs themselves increased the risk. No cancer risk was seen with other conditions, including peptic ulcer, gastritis, and indigestion.

'These findings are similar to results from previous studies', continued Lindblad. The inference is that the cancer risk may be due to underlying conditions, and not an independent, harmful effect of these drugs. In an interview, Dr Kenneth E L McColl, author of an accompanying editorial, agreed with him. McColl of the Western Infirmary, Glasgow, UK says that 'a major weakness in the study is the relatively short duration of acid suppressive therapy examined. The development of cancer in humans is a slow proce
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