Fatty liver disease: Has drinking alcohol led to liver cancer? The warning signs
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If the doctor believes you should have a further assessment, you will be referred to hospital.

While the referral might be alarming, it is usually a precautionary step to investigate what is causing your symptoms.

How to minimise the risk of liver cancer

Aside from abstaining from alcohol consumption, there are other ways to help reduce your risk of developing liver cancer.

Such measures include losing weight if you are overweight, not smoking, and wearing protective clothing if you work in a job where you’re exposed to harmful chemicals.



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