Liver Cancer

Liver Cancer, also known as hepatic cancer or primary liver cancer, is a cancer which starts in the cells of the liver. The most common form is hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) which originates from hepatocytes, the most abundant cell type in the liver, although other cell types in the liver can also become cancerous.

In 2017, according to the American Cancer Society, there would be 29,000 cases of cancer death in US. From the mid-1970s, the liver cancer incidence has been rising in the United States and it is expected to grow till 2030.

The fifth most prevalent cancer across the globe is Liver Cancer and is responsible for 9.0% of all cancer deaths. 782,451 new cases of liver cancer were diagnosed in 2012. And 745,533 deaths were reported because of liver cancer. Liver cancer is considered to be an important public health issue because of its extremely aggressive nature and very poor survival rate.

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