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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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 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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Life expectancy for someone diagnosed with liver cancer depends on how widespread the cancer is, notes the American Cancer Society. The life expectancy for a cancer survivor is based on how many survivors live five years... More »

The overall relative five-year survival rate for liver cancer is 15 percent, according to the American Cancer Society. Survival rates vary according to the stage of the cancer: 28 percent for localized, 7 percent for reg... More »

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The prognosis for those afflicted with liver cancer depends largely on the stage of the cancer when it is initially discovered, according to the American Cancer Society. As of 2015, the five-year relative survival rate f... More »

Loss of appetite, unexplained weight loss, nausea, vomiting and feeling full after eating a small amount are some early signs of liver cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Generally, the symptoms of liver ca... More »

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