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If you have secondary liver cancer, you’ll need to see your doctor regularly so they can monitor your health and treat any symptoms or discomfort caused by the cancer.
You may have scans or blood tests to assess the cancer or the effects of any treatment.
These appointments are good opportunities to discuss with your doctor any worries or problems you may have. However, if you notice any new symptoms or are anxious about anything else between appointments, contact your doctor or specialist nurse for advice.
Content last reviewed: 1 January 2013
Next planned review: 2015
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