(BPT) – Liver cancer may be talked about less than other cancer types, but it claims the lives of nearly 29,000 Americans per year. In 2017, it is estimated that the number of diagnosed cases of liver cancer in the U.S. will rise to nearly 40,000. That is why monitoring everyday lifestyle choices such as eating habits and alcohol consumption, among others, can play major roles in helping to prevent this deadly disease. Learn more about the risk factors of liver cancer and its signs and symptoms.
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