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Secondary Liver Cancer is cancer of the liver that started somewhere else in the body, and spread (i.e. metastasized) to the liver.

 



Cancer is classified by the type of cell that caused it. A cancer that starts in the stomach, for example, and spreads to the liver, is called secondary or metastatic liver cancer.

Secondary liver cancer is about 30 times more common than primary liver cancer (i.e., cancer that started in the liver). Secondary cancer spreads to the liver by traveling through the blood system from a tumor at another site. The liver is a likely place to acquire secondary cancer because all the blood flows through the liver.

If you have cancer, Alternative Medicine offers herbal cures including essiac, graviola, and ellagic acid, and electromedicine therapies include Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky devices. These may be a better first step than the cut, poison, and burn of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Cancer is caused by symbiotic organisms that turn parasitic when you consume a too-acid diet. Avoid cancer with an alkaline anti-cancer diet. For more information, click the following:

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