Liver cancer is usually difficult to detect at its primary stage when it is treatable and even harder to treat when it advances to secondary stage, thus making it difficult to cure. Surgical operation is usually difficul... More »

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Liver disease is usually not curable, and treatment consists of managing symptoms, MedicineNet states. Medications, lifestyle changes and surgery are some of the typical treatment options, Mayo Clinic explains. The most ... More »

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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 »

According to the National Cancer Institute, stage four pancreatic cancer is when the cancer has spread from the pancreas to organs such as the lungs, liver and peritoneal cavity. The cancer may also have spread to the ti... More »

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A diagnosis of stage 3 peritoneal cancer is severe because the cancer has spread from the lining of the pelvis and abdomen to another organ, such as the liver or spleen, according to the American Cancer Society. Doctors ... More »

Oral doses of shark cartilage have been used to treat cancer, although research indicates that the substance is likely ineffective against advanced stage cancers, including colon and breast cancers, states WebMD. However... More »

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Doctors use pictures of facial skin cancer to help diagnose which stage the cancer is in. A CT scan and a MRI are two different ways a doctor can take an image of the face to determine where and how far the cancer has sp... More »

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