Treatment for liver cancer is based on the stage of the cancer and overall liver health but may include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy or ablation therapy, according to MedicineNet. Embolization and liver transplant ma... More »

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The treatment for metastatic liver cancer depends on the site of the original tumor, the number of tumors in the liver and whether the cancer has spread, according to MedlinePlus. Treatment options include surgery, syste... More »

There is no guaranteed cure for liver cancer that eradicates the disease in every person; however, there are treatments for liver cancer that may work, notes the American Cancer Society. The best treatment for liver canc... More »

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The prognosis for patients who have either primary or secondary liver cancer depends on the stage of the cancer, reports MedicineNet. In secondary liver cancer, which originates elsewhere in the body before spreading to ... More »

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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 adenocarcinoma of the liver with one or more of the following methods: ablation, sorafenib therapy, embolization, chemotherapy, radiation, transplant or surgery. Choice of treatment depends upon the size, l... More »

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Some common treatments for jaw bone cancer include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and targeted therapy, according to the American Cancer Society. Chemotherapy is the use of chemical substances in drug form that target ... More »

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