Liver Cancer Can be Treated With Novel Therapy
July 8, 2014
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1 out of every 35,000 people in the US is diagnosed with primary liver cancer, every year, and is slowly rising. Primary liver cancer occurs in men more than women; but both are at risk. Join Dr. Maureen Kohi, Assistant Professor at University of California, San Francisco, as she shares information regarding novel therapy and treatments for primary liver cancer.
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