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The incidence of liver disease is increasing nationally at an alarming rate. According to the American Liver Foundation, an estimated 42,000 Americans will die of liver disease this year. While many forms of the disease are preventable, many more can be treated effectively if detected early.

The Hepatobiliary Tumor Program at Boston Medical Center offers multidisciplinary treatment for patients with primary and metastatic liver and biliary tract cancers. The program brings together specialists from the various disciplines necessary for treating these conditions, including diagnostic and interventional radiology, gastroenterology, surgical oncology, medical oncology, radiation oncology and pathology.

This multidisciplinary approach is modeled on BMC’s award-winning Breast Health Program that optimizes quality of care and communication while minimizing cost.

Learn more about BMC’s Hepatobiliary Tumor Program.

 Hepatobiliary Tumor Program at Boston Medical Center
Hepatobiliary Tumor Program at Boston Medical Center


Call: 617.414.2600
Fax: 617.414.2499

Boston Medical Center
Hepatobiliary Tumor Program
Center for Digestive Disorders
Moakley Building
2nd Floor
830 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02118

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Call: 617.414.2600
Page: 617.638.7243,
Beeper 5482 (LIVA)
Fax: 617.414.2499

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