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Hepatoblastoma – a rare liver cancer in children – CNL
Hepatoblastoma is rare, but it’s the most primary liver tumor in children. Right now there are 100 new cases each year in the United States, but that number is gradually increasing. Susan Abraham, M.D., professor in Pathology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses hereditary risks, survival, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, including liver transplantation for hepatoblastoma patients.

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Title: Hepatoblastoma – a rare liver cancer in children – CNL
Summary: Hepatoblastoma is rare, but it’s the most primary liver tumor in children. Right now there are 100 new cases each year in the United States, but that number is gradually increasing. Susan Abraham, M.D., professor in Pathology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses hereditary risks, survival, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, including liver transplantation for hepatoblastoma patients.
Keywords: cnl, cancer newsline, Hepatoblastoma, liver cancer, liver transplant, childhood cancer, liver tumor, pediatric
Transcript: http://www.mdanderson.org/transcripts/cancer-newsline/2014/hepatoblastoma-a-rare-liver-cancer-in-children-5-12-14.htm