We invite you to a free study of H. pylori at MCSC


Leading gastroenterologists at MCSC are conducting a large study of the prevalence of Helicobacter pylori and precancerous changes in Moscow residents.

Why is this important?The bacterium H. pylori is transmitted from person to person and causes chronic active gastritis in all infected.

  • Prolonged inflammation in some cases leads to the development of adenocarcinoma (cancer) of the stomach.
  • The risk is especially high in first-line relatives who have been diagnosed with this.

But stomach cancer can be prevented, since at least 90% of cases of this disease are caused by the bacterium H. pylori. 

  • Helicobacter infection is treated! Timely diagnosis can dramatically reduce the risk of developing stomach cancer, as well as peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. 

We invite Muscovites to take part in free testing.

What is necessary for this?Have a Moscow residence permit or attachment to a Moscow polyclinic.


What is included in the study?13C-urease breath test for H. pylori.

  • "Gastropanel" is a blood test to determine the level of specific markers of atrophy of the gastric mucosa.

How to prepare?Within a month before testing, it is necessary to exclude taking any antibiotics, bismuth-containing drugs (De-Nol, Ulkavis).

  • Do not take proton pump inhibitors (omeprazole, pantoprazole, rabeprazole, esomeprazole, dexlansoprazole) for 2 weeks.
  • On the day of the study, do not have breakfast, just brush your teeth.

Preliminary registration is required:by phone +7 (495) 304 30 35, ext. 1586

  • or by SMS, WhatsApp to the number: +7 (903) 575 10 56
  • We are waiting for you from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 10:00.

Our address: 86 Entuziastov Highway, building No. 7, 4th floor, office 405


Do not forget to bring your passport and insurance policy.  If markers of atrophy and H. pylori infection are detected, our specialists will offer the necessary treatment to all participants.
We are always ready to help you!


GBUZ Moscow Clinical Scientific Center named after Loginov MHD