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Barrett's Esophagus

Description:Barrett's Esophagus has been linked to blood group A, as have stomach and esophageal cancer. Barrett's esophagus and esophageal cancer also have a positive association with Lewis (a+b-) non-secretor phenotypes. (1)

Barrett's Esophagus has also been linked to the ulcer-causing bacteria, Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), which is implicated in the development of gastric ulcers. H. pylori predominantly afflicts group O not group A. However, pre-malignant cells secrete copious amounts of blood group antigens, and many people who are phenotypically group A, are genotypically AO, and thus capable of secreting the O antigen as well as the A antigen. In addition, low stomach acid, common in group A, increases the growth of bacteria. (2)
References:1. Mufti SI, Zirvi KA, Garewal HS Precancerous lesions and biologic markers in esophageal cancer. Cancer Detect Prev 1991;15(4):291-301

2. Torrado J, Ruiz B, Garay J, Asenjo JL, Tovar JA, Cosme A, Correa P Blood-group phenotypes, sulfomucins, and Helicobacter pylori in Barrett's esophagus. Am J Surg Pathol 1997 Sep;21(9):1023-9

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