Overview

As the number of people diagnosed with liver cancer increases nationwide, Bon Secours continues its commitment to identify those who may be at risk and help others manage effective treatments.

Many liver cancer cases are related to having the hepatitis B or hepatitis C virus. Although more than 4 million people are living with chronic hepatitis B or chronic hepatitis C, most people are unaware they have a virus.

We offer several screenings to help reduce the risk of liver cancer as well as surgical treatments such as resection, radiosurgery ablation and liver transplant. Certain liver conditions and viruses put people at a higher risk to develop liver cancer. Screenings can help physicians catch liver cancer at an early stage, when it’s easiest to treat.

It’s recommend to get screenings every six to 12 months for people who have hepatitis B, hepatitis C, or cirrhosis.

Our team also offers the AFP (alpha-fetoprotein) blood test with ultrasound to detect a protein in the blood that may indicate liver tumors.

Treatments We Offer

  • Minimally-invasive surgery
  • Chemotherapy
  • Embolization treatments
  • Radiofrequency ablation 
  • Liver resection
Why Choose Bon Secours?

At Bon Secours, we understand that early detection is key when it comes to liver cancer. Our expert team of specialist put a priority on identifying signs of these conditions and working with you to create a comprehensive care plan. We work tirelessly to create the best experience possible for you and your family throughout your cancer journey.

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