Adenocarcinoma of the Liver is a type of lung cancer that splits into two categories, primary and secondary. Primary Liver Adenocarcinoma starts in the liver and develops, while secondary is where a preexisting cancer of another organ spreads into the liver. Secondary Adenocarcinoma of the Liver is the more common of the two. Heavy drinkers and people who have suffered from the Hepatitis B virus or Hepatitis C virus are more at risk of developing Liver Adenocarcinoma.
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