Liver Cancer


What do I need to know about liver cancer? Liver cancer can prevent your liver from working correctly and removing harmful material from your blood. The 2 most common types of liver cancer are hepatocellular carcinoma and cholangiocarcinoma.

What increases my risk for liver cancer?

What are the signs and symptoms of liver cancer? In the early stages you may not have symptoms. In the later stages, you may have any of the following:

How is liver cancer diagnosed?

How is liver cancer treated?

What can I do to manage my liver cancer?

Call 911 for any of the following:

When should I contact my healthcare provider?


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