Alcohol Consumption and Liver Cancer

Savannah Nelson


The relationship between alcohol consumption and liver cancer is known to have a correlation. Statistics suggest that frequent alcohol activity later results and aids in the diagnosis of liver diseases such as cirrhosis and furthers the development of tumors. This field of study is extremely important simple from the number of liver cancer patients and their mortality rate. Studies have linked frequent alcohol consumption to the contraction of hepatitis b and hepatitis c viruses. These viruses are one of the more common links to liver cancer. Future research on the metabolic aspects of this disease association is crucial to developing more positive human practices. Understanding the causes of this cancer more in-depth with providing better scenarios of prevention in the future. 

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