Alcohol Abuse Causing Liver Cancer


According to a recent study, the number of new cases of liver cancer or Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is on the rise in developed countries.

The study by St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne analysed a number of sources including admissions information from 7 big hospitals and other data with the evidence revealing that the incidence of liver cancer almost doubled.

This is alarming considering that excessive consumption of alcohol is one of the main causes of the disease. Let’s remember the importance of consuming alcohol moderately and responsibly.


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