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A 52 year old gentleman presents with symptoms of dyspepsia and heartburn. He does not drink excessively and is a non-smoker. On examination there is some mild epigastric tenderness but there is no evidence of any supraclavicular nodes. An endoscopy is performed and reveals an ulcer which is biopsied. The pathology comes back and it looks like a low grade MALToma. What is the most appropriate management of this patient?

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