Disease of Liver Cancer

For instance, persistent hepatitis infections are a well-known source of liver cancer. The aetiology of liver cancer is unclear, though it can develop in persons without an underlying illness. Infections and alcohol usage are just two examples of the various variables that can harm the liver and result in liver disease. Liver disease can also be acquired (hereditary). Additionally, liver damage is linked to obesity. Over time, liver damage may result in cirrhosis, a condition that can endanger one's life.

  • Chronic (long-term) infection
  • Chronic (long-term) infection with hepatitis B virus
  • Chronic (long-term) infection with hepatitis C virus

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