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The liver is located in the upper abdomen and just below the right lung. It is the largest organ inside the human body and is necessary due to its many important functions some of which include:
Liver cancer accounts for approximately 1% of all new cases of cancer in the UK, making it a relatively uncommon form here. With this said, it is the sixth most common cancer worldwide - this variation may be due to the unequal distribution of risk factors, availability and use of screening, and diagnostic methods.
It more commonly affects men than it does women and is strongly related to age, with the highest incidence rates being in older men and women (65 years onwards).
Liver cancer exists in two forms; primary and secondary. The secondary form (also called metastatic liver cancer) is when cancer that first develops in another part of the body spreads to the liver. Conversely, the rarer, primary form occurs when cancer originates in the liver itself.
Unfortunately, most people do not show signs and symptoms until the cancer is at an advanced stage. Even then, these symptoms often tend to be vague and may include:
If liver cancer is suspected, the tests that may be ordered include:
The exact cause of primary liver cancer is unknown however there appears to be risk factors associated with the secondary form. Therefore, measures can be taken to reduce the risk of developing this cancer. These include:
These viruses are transmitted between people through:
A vaccine to help prevent HBV infection is recommended to reduce the risk of hepatitis and liver cancer. On the other hand, there is no vaccine for HCV and infection must be controlled by educating the public on how these infections occur.