Liver Cancer Can Be Treated with Novel Treatments
June 9, 2014
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Liver cancer is diagnosed every year in 1 out of 35,000 people in the US and is slowly rising. 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 treatments for liver cancer.
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