The latest liver cancer news, advice, and information, including symptoms, causes, risk factors, treatment, and real-life stories about people living with the disease.
Want to cut your risk of liver cancer? Regularly taking aspirin twice a week for at least five years can help, according to these studies.
Liver cancer is one of the fastest growing cancers in America, and it’s rising faster in the U.S. because of lifestyle factors you can control.
Liver cancer deaths climbed an astonishing 43 percent from 2000 to 2016 in the U.S. Learn why obesity and hepatitis C are the most likely reasons.
Here's how to lower your risk of liver cancer after hepatitis C by keeping your liver healthy with lifestyle changes and preventative care.
The liver is an amazing organ, with a unique ability to heal, so curing hepatitis C may allow the liver to reverse the damage and heal itself over time.
After hepatitis C from a blood transfusion destroyed Leon's liver, his long and challenging transplant journey changed his life.
Many people with hepatitis C don't experience or notice the symptoms until they develop liver problems. Here's what you should know.
Nirah Johnson, LCSW, Director of Program Implementation & Capacity Building NYC Health Department, Viral Hepatitis Program serves as the lead organizer of the NYC Hep B Coalition and Hep C Task Force.