Recurrent Liver Cancer


Liver Cancer Drug Livatag® Granted U.S. Food and Drug Administration Fast Track Designation (May 27, 2014)

The drug Livatag® (doxorubicin Transdrug™) has received fast-track designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of primary liver cancer after treatment with Nexavar®... Continue Reading

CancerConnect Live Web Chat with Dr. Boris Kuvshinoff II and Dr. Renuka Iyer on Treatment Options for Patients with Liver Cancer on March 20, 2012 6 PM EST. (March 5, 2012)

Boris Kuvshinoff II, MD, MBA Treatment Options for Patients with Liver Cancer: Web Chat with Boris Kuvshinoff II, MD, MBA and Renuka Iyer, MD Drs. Kuvshinoff and Iyer are Co-Directors of the Liver... Continue Reading

Cabozantinib Shows Promise against Bone Metastases (May 31, 2011)

The investigational drug cabozantinib is showing promise against several types of advanced cancer, and may also reduce or eliminate bone metastases (cancer that has spread to the bone) in some patients.... Continue Reading

Study Evaluates Whole-brain Radiation Following Surgery or Radiosurgery in Cancer Spread to the Brain (November 16, 2010)

Results from a randomized Phase III study indicate that whole-brain radiation therapy (WBRT) following removal of one to three brain metastases with surgery or radiosurgery does not improve overall survival... Continue Reading

Arterial Embolization Effective in Patients with Liver Cancer Recurrence (June 26, 2006)

Arterial Embolization Effective in Patients with Liver Cancer Recurrence In selected patients who have a cancer recurrence following surgical removal of liver cancer, arterial embolization (blocking the... Continue Reading

Repeat Surgery for Recurrent Liver Cancer Provides Long-Term Survival in Subset of Patients (October 30, 2003)

Repeat Surgery for Recurrent Liver Cancer Provides Long-Term Survival in Subset of Patients According to results recently published in the Annals of Surgery, repeat surgery for recurrent liver... Continue Reading

Radiofrequency Ablation Reduces Local Recurrences Compared to Cryosurgery for Treatment of Inoperable Liver Cancer or Metastasis to the Liver (January 9, 2003)

Radiofrequency Ablation Reduces Local Recurrences Compared to Cryosurgery for Treatment of Inoperable Liver Cancer or Metastasis to the Liver According to a recent article published in the Archives... Continue Reading

Doxil® Produces Anti-Cancer Responses in Advanced Cancers of the Liver and Bile Duct (October 14, 2002)

Doxil® Produces Anti-Cancer Responses in Advanced Cancers of the Liver and Bile Duct According to results presented at the 38th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology,... Continue Reading

Surgery to Remove Liver Cancer Is Safe in Many, but Risk for Recurrence Remains (February 14, 2002)

Surgery to Remove Liver Cancer Is Safe in Many, but Risk for Recurrence Remains Surgery to remove some liver cancers can be performed safely in persons who are otherwise in good health; however, the... Continue Reading

Radiation Therapy, Combined with Chemoembolization, Appears Effective in Some Persons with Inoperable Liver Cancer (February 14, 2002)

Radiation Therapy, Combined with Chemoembolization, Appears Effective in Some Persons with Inoperable Liver Cancer The use of radiation therapy can be effective in prolonging the survival time for... Continue Reading

131-Lipitiol Shows Activity in Persons with Unresectable Liver Cancer (February 14, 2002)

131-Lipitiol Shows Activity in Persons with Unresectable Liver Cancer Patients with inoperable liver cancer rely on treatments outside of surgery for cure or control of symptoms of their disease.... Continue Reading

Conformal Radiation Therapy Appears Safe in Persons with Inoperable Liver Cancer (February 14, 2002)

Conformal Radiation Therapy Appears Safe in Persons with Inoperable Liver Cancer A new approach to radiation therapy, called 3D conformal radiation therapy, may be effective and safer than the standard... Continue Reading

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