This year, about 40,710 people will be diagnosed with liver cancer and more than 28,920 people will die of the disease. Hepatitis B virus (HBV), Hepatitis C virus (HCV) and cirrhosis are all linked to liver cancer. You can greatly reduce your risk for liver cancer by preventing or diagnosing and treating these diseases early.
You are at risk for HBV if you:
You are at risk for HCV if you:
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Treatment depends on the type and stage of liver cancer. Liver cancer is treated through surgery, tumor ablation, tumor embolization, radiation therapy, targeted therapy and chemotherapy.