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Liver Cancer:
What You Need To Know

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What is Liver Cancer?

Liver Cancer

There are several different kinds of liver cancer. The most common types are hepatocelluar carinoma (HCC) and chaolangiocarcinoma (CCC).

It can take years or even decades for individuals with a chronic liver disease to develop liver cancer.

Liver cancer can spread rapidly and in some cases lead to death after a few years, or even months. According to CDC, the number of newly diagnosed liver cancer cases rose 38% between 2002 and 2012. There has been a 56% increase in deaths due to liver cancer since 2003 and these numbers are expected to grow.

Each year approximately 28,000 Americans are diagnosed with liver cancer. Men are more than twice as likely to die from liver cancer than women (CDC).

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Causes & Risk Factors

The following groups of people are at higher risk of developing liver cancer:

  • Individuals with chronic liver diseases, such as cirrhosis
  • Patients diagnosed with other types of cancer (for example, breast cancer or colon cancer)
  • Individuals who consume foods containing mycotoxins, such as aflatoxin
  • Diabetes patients
  • Obese and overweight individuals
  • Heavy alcohol consumers
  • Individuals diagnosed with hemochromatosis
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Liver Cancer Symptoms

Liver cancer may be asymptomatic, until its later stage. The most common liver cancer symptoms are:

  • Discolouration of skin and eyes (jaundice)
  • Sickness
  • Weariness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Fever
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Pressure pain in the right upper abdominal
  • Weight loss for no reason
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Liver Cancer Diagnosis

Liver cancer can be diagnosed through:

  • Thorough physical examination: A doctor probes the liver and other stomach organs through the abdominal wall.
  • Ultrasound diagnosis (sonography): A doctor examines the liver, bile ducts and gall bladder, kidneys, spleen, and even lympf nodes
  • Blood test: The laboratory examination has two objectives: Check the liver function and identify disease symptoms.
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Liver Cancer Treatment

Basically, different types of liver cancer treatment can be prescribed, which in some cases can be even combined:

  • Operation (partial removal of the liver)
  • Liver transplantation

Local therapies, such as:

  • Liver transplantation
  • Heat treatment: Radio frequency therapy (the tumor cells are destroyed through the heat)
  • Tumor destruction through ethanol or acetic acid injections (only in those cases when neither operation nor radiofrequency therapy is possible)
  • Vessel Occlusion: Transcatheter arterial chemoempolization (TACE)
  • Irradiation of liver from inside: Selective internal radiation therapy (SIRT)
  • Palliative therapy (Maintaining of life quality, pain management)
  • Targeted therapy using active ingredient Sorafenib
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Liver Cancer Prevention

To reduce the likelihood of developing liver cancer, consider the following tips:

  • Get vaccinated against hepatitis B
  • Do not abuse alcohol and over-the-counter medicines
  • Maintain a healthy diet
  • Avoid a sedentary lifestyle
  • Regularly get tested for hepatitis B and C infection if you are in a group of risk
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Disease Course & Prognosis

Whether liver cancer is curable depends on its stage. Recovery is most likely when liver cancer is identified in its early stages.

In most cases, however, liver cancer is only detected in its later stages. At this point, the cancer cells have spread to surrounding organs, and there are few therapy options and the likelihood of recovery is low.

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Healthy Liver Diet

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93% of liver specialists agree that nutrition is the most important factor for liver health.
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A good diet decreases the likelihood of developing liver disease and helps the liver regenerate new cells when it is already damaged. Thus, it is critical to pay attention to your liver diet.
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The best nutrition for liver care is whole, unprocessed foods that are high in fiber. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. Amsety Bar is the first nutrition bar designed to support liver health. It includes the Super 16 Vitamin & Mineral Mix®. > Read more
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Avoid food that is high in fat, salt, and sugar.
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Super 16 Vitamin & Mineral Mix® Supporting Liver Health

Super 16 Vitamin & Mineral Mix
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Naturally supports your liver health

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Includes essential vitamins and minerals for liver health

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Balances your daily diet

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Supports daily nutrient intake

Amsety's Super 16 Vitamin and Mineral Mix® is created by leading US liver specialists and food engineers to provide the essential vitamins and minerals for optimal liver health.

It's important to maintain a healthy, whole foods diet. That's why our unique blend is carefully designed to include the properties of natural foods that best support healthy liver functions.

The Super 16 Vitamin and Mineral Mix® includes a carrot's vitamin A, an orange's vitamin C, and spinach's vitamin E to promote the 16 most beneficial plant-based vitamins and minerals for liver health.

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Why Amsety Bars Are Good For Your Liver

Amsety has introduced the first nutrition bar including the Super 16 Vitamin & Mineral Mix®. Amsety Bars were created specifically to meet the dietary requirements of individuals with liver conditions and support liver health. Amsety Bars are only available online. Visit Amsety's online shop.

Amsety Bars Super 16
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Includes the Super 16 Mix® of essential vitamins and minerals for liver health, many of which are difficult to find in regular meals or even supplements.

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Helps liver patients manage their daily diets due to healthy and nutrient dense formula.

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Provides sufficient energy intake for liver patients and supports oral intake among patients with poor appetites.

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A healthy on-the-go snack that that helps liver patients manage a complicated lifestyle resulting from liver disease.

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Sources:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Mayo Clinic, American Liver Foundation

Please note that we do not provide any medical advice, diagnoses, procedures, tests or therapies on our website. Amsety does not offer any medical diagnosis or treatment advice and our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. As a liver patient, you should always discuss your diet with your doctor.

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