What's a simple way to say what hepatocellular carcinoma really is?

Liver cancer. Its a cancer that originates in the liver. Risk factors include hepatitis b and c with chronic liver disease.
Liver cancer. It's liver cancer. It's liver cells that have lost their ability to "follow the chain of command" within the body and have started to grow more quickly than they should. Liver cancer can move to other parts of the body and can ultimately cause death.
Primary liver cancer. Hepatocellular carcinoma is a cancer of the liver cells. These cells are responsible for producing bile and for metabolizing debris. Hcc is most commonly diagnosed in patients with underlying liver disease.