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What are the risk factors for liver cancer?
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Dr. Jonathan Leibowitz
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Drinking
Drinking drinking hepatitis hepatitis bad peanut butter (aflatoxin) bad luck.

In brief: Drinking
Drinking drinking hepatitis hepatitis bad peanut butter (aflatoxin) bad luck.
Dr. Jonathan Leibowitz
Dr. Jonathan Leibowitz
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Dr. Cynthia Point
Internal Medicine
In brief: Liver damage
The most common cause of liver cancer is viral hepatitis.
The 2 most prevalent types are hepatitis b and c. After years of chronic infection, the risk of cancer goes up. Also, chronic damage from alcohol overuse, and to some extent chronic damage from fatty liver can also cause cancer. The liver is also the site of cancer metastasis from other cancers, such as breast and colon.

In brief: Liver damage
The most common cause of liver cancer is viral hepatitis.
The 2 most prevalent types are hepatitis b and c. After years of chronic infection, the risk of cancer goes up. Also, chronic damage from alcohol overuse, and to some extent chronic damage from fatty liver can also cause cancer. The liver is also the site of cancer metastasis from other cancers, such as breast and colon.
Dr. Cynthia Point
Dr. Cynthia Point
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Dr. Lance Stein
Internal Medicine - Hepatology
In brief: Many
Hepatocellular carcinoma (hcc) risk factors include hepatitis b, liver cirrhosis due to any cause, hemochromatosis, alcohol and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, glycogen storage diseases, hepatic adenomas, and others.

In brief: Many
Hepatocellular carcinoma (hcc) risk factors include hepatitis b, liver cirrhosis due to any cause, hemochromatosis, alcohol and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, glycogen storage diseases, hepatic adenomas, and others.
Dr. Lance Stein
Dr. Lance Stein
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