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Are there any liver cancer survivors?

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Dr. Charles Sturgis
Pathology 29 years experience
Yes.: Some patients with primary liver cancers (hepatocellular carcinomas and cholangiocarcinomas) do survive long term and die of other causes many years later. Outcomes depend upon extent of disease (stage) and other clinical factors as well as treatment.

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What is liver cancer?

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Dr. Lance Stein
Specializes in Hepatology
HCC: There are many types of cancers that can develop in or spread to the liver. The most common type is hepatocellular carcinoma and it is usually the type referred to when someone talks about "liver cancer".

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