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Liver cancer support
Liver cancer information
These pages of our health encyclopedia may help you make informed decisions about liver cancer.
Coping with cancer
Cancer support groups
Liver Cancer Support Group
This group provides a forum for those with liver cancer and their families to share information and gain support from each other. The group meets at Virginia Piper Cancer Institute - Abbott Northwestern Hospital on the third Thursday of each month from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Liver cancer support services
Every Allina hospital offers spiritual care, financial assistance, cancer rehabilitation and other support services. Your doctor or nurse can tell you how to access them.
Centers are open to anyone who needs to experience support while learning about liver cancer.
Worried about inheriting liver cancer or passing it on? Ask your doctor if a referral for genetic counseling is appropriate for you.
Other liver cancer resources on the Web
These web sites offer solid information that can help people through their liver cancer experience.
Need to connect with loved ones during cancer treatment? CaringBridge provides free, secure, personalized Web pages that notify your family and friends with news about your progress.
Anyone can use this service by following the simple directions at caringbridge.org.