Hepatocellular carcinoma is the most prevalent form of liver cancer and the fifth most common cancer in the world. It is more prevalent in regions with a high rate of hepatitis B virus (HBV), which causes liver cancer as its disrupts the normal genetic material in liver cells, thereby often causing the liver cells to become cancerous. Many other factors may contribute to the increase in liver cancer which include heavy alcohol consumption, fatty liver disease, obesity, diabetes mellitus and iron storage diseases.
Pancreatic cancer is a disease in which normal cells in the pancreas stop working correctly and grow uncontrollably. These cancerous cells can build up and form a mass called a tumor. As it grows, a pancreatic tumor can affect the function of the pancreas, grow into nearby blood vessels and organs, and eventually metastasize (spread) to other parts of the body. There are several types of pancreatic cancer, depending on whether the cancer began in the exocrine or endocrine component. Pancreatic cancer is a silent disease because there are not many noticeable symptoms early on. And there are currently no tests that can reliably find the cancer for people who do not have symptoms. When there are symptoms they are similar to the symptoms of other medical conditions, such as ulcers or pancreatitis.
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