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#48 Oct 4, 2012
Every patient is different, so there is no single road map for treating liver cancer. The options include surgical removal of the cancerous cells in the liver, ablation, chemotherapy, Nexavar (a drug that inhibits cell growth) and liver transplant. Some patients also volunteer for clinical trials for drugs being tested for liver cancer treatment with some success. Your doctor can tell you about trials for which you qualify. Again, be in charge of your treatment team. Your doctors will likely use some combination of these treatments to give you the best chance for survival, so be involved in creating the battle plan.
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