Our team of hundreds of leading cancer physicians and oncology-trained support staff is a trusted partner in returning patients with cancer to good health.
Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center
UT Southwestern Medical Center’s multidisciplinary liver cancer program offers the region’s most advanced tools, technologies, and therapies for diagnosing and treating all types of liver cancer.
As the only National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center in North Texas, we deliver the best cancer care available today and push to discover new treatments. NCI designation means we offer patients the ability to participate in the broadest possible range of clinical trials, with access to potential therapies not available at other facilities.
Individualized Care for All Types of Liver Cancer
Several types of cancer can form in the liver. The most common is hepatocellular carcinoma; other types include intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma and hepatoblastoma.
At UT Southwestern, our specialized liver cancer team comprises transplant hepatologists, surgeons, medical and radiation oncologists, interventional radiologists, and other specialists, all working together to deliver individualized patient care and bring about the best possible outcomes for patients with any type of liver cancer.
Causes of Liver Cancer
The most common causes of liver cancer are chronic viral hepatitis infection and cirrhosis (scarring) of the liver. Learn more about the risk factors for liver cancer and how to prevent it.
Our Liver Cancer Services
Highlights of UT Southwestern’s liver cancer program include:
- The most current, evidence-based therapies and surgical procedures
- Participation in clinical trials of promising new liver cancer therapies, giving patients opportunities to benefit from treatments not yet available to the public
- Radiologists who specialize in gastrointestinal cancers and have expertise in abdominal imaging technologies
- A liver cancer screening program aimed at detecting and treating the disease as early as possible
- Participation in national efforts that use biomarkers to detect liver cancer in its early stages
We also offer a range of support services to help patients and families before, during, and after treatment for liver cancer, such as:
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Fort Worth, Texas 76104 817-288-9800
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Austin, Texas 78705 877-392-1528
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El Paso, Texas 79902 877-392-1528
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