Liver Cancer FAQs
After being diagnosed with liver cancer, you’ll likely spend a fair amount of time learning about the condition. While you can find plenty of helpful information on your own, your treatment team will be able to provide you with information that’s tailored to your specific situation. A website, for instance, may offer general information about liver cancer survival rates, but your oncologists can take into account numerous personal factors that will influence your unique prognosis.
That said, you may find it reassuring to look into your diagnosis, treatment options and ways to potentially improve your outcome on your own. As you learn more about liver cancer, the following articles may help:
- Are there ways to prevent liver cancer besides avoiding alcohol?
- Is liver cancer treatment the same as bile duct cancer treatment?
- What are the risks of liver cancer surgery?
- Four things to know about liver cancer treatment
- Five common questions about liver cancer treatment
- Do you have to keep a certain diet with liver cancer?
- How is ablation used to treat liver cancer?
- What is metastatic liver cancer?
The experts at Moffitt Cancer Center encourage you to bring any questions you might have to our gastroenterologists, medical oncologists, surgeons, radiation oncologists and supportive care providers. Our multispecialty team works together to provide every patient with comprehensive, individualized treatment, as well as up-to-date information that can help them make the best possible health care decisions. Additionally, no referrals are required.
To request an appointment with an oncologist who specializes in liver cancer treatment, call 1-888-663-3488 or submit a new patient registration form online.