By combining a zebrafish model of liver cancer with data from human tumors, researchers hope to identify potential genes of interest that can be targeted for new treatments for hepatocellular carcinoma.
A team of researchers has identified a novel mutation in the hepatitis B virus (HBV) in Korea that appears only in men and could help explain why HBV-infected men are roughly five times more likely than HBV-infected women to develop liver cancer.
Researchers have isolated and characterized the progenitor cells that give rise to malignant hepatocellular carcinoma tumors long before the actual tumors can be detected.
Meta-analysis pooled the results of 16 studies that examined the association between coffee consumption and liver cancer and coffee consumption was associated with a significantly lower risk of HCC.
This fact sheet reviews primary and secondary liver cancer types, symptoms, screening, and treatment.
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