Liver cancer treatment includes surgery, tumor ablation, tumor embolization, targeted therapy, radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Oncologists and other cancer specialists use many methods for targeting and treating live... More »

The majority of liver cysts require no treatment, according to the American Liver Foundation. Large or painful cysts are either drained or taken out surgically. Removal is also needed if a cyst prevents the movement of b... More »

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Depending on the exact diagnosis, lifestyle modifications, such as losing weight and avoiding alcohol, may be enough to treat liver disease, according to Mayo Clinic. Other treatments for liver disease include medication... More »

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The standard treatments for colon cancer are surgery, radiofrequency ablation, cryosurgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and targeted therapy, according to the National Cancer Institute. The therapy used is largely ba... More »

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There are four treatment options for stomach cancer: surgery to remove the cancer, radiation therapy, chemotherapy or targeted therapy to kill off cancer cells within the stomach, according to Cancer.net. If the cancer h... More »

Surgery is generally the first-line treatment for liver cancer, although radiation therapy, chemotherapy, thermal ablation and percutaneous ethanol injections are also sometimes used, depending on the particular patient,... More »

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Doctors treat tongue cancer with a variety of procedures, including various types of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy and targeted drug therapy. Doctors may use any single one or combination of these treatments, ... More »

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