Patients with cirrhosis prioritize early HCC detection

Patients with cirrhosis prioritize early-detection over factors like convenience when it comes to hepatocellular carcinoma surveillance, according to study results.Neehar Parikh, MD, from the North American Liver Cancer Consortium and Michigan Medicine, and colleagues wrote that emerging HCC surveillance techniques have provided more options for patients, including blood tests and abbreviated MRI.“The choice between HCC surveillance methods can be complex, as it is influenced by several factors including potential benefits, risks and convenience,” they wrote. “Further, thereRead More

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