Saturday, 12 December 2015

Not immune In Kemo, Liver Cancer Can Be Overcome Through Surgery and Transplantation

Hepatitis B pathway generally asymptomatic person. Thus, often when the patient\’s condition has been detected even progress to liver cirrhosis and cancer. Told DR Dr Rino Alvani Gani, SpPD, K-GEH, FINASIM, cancer cells in liver cancer cases are not susceptible to chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Thus, to treat liver cancer required surgery or liver transplantation. \”If the cancer is found at an early stage and still small, we can remove with surgery. But, if it were accompanied by a large reduction in liver function, liver transplantation should be done,\” said Dr. Rino when contacted detikHealth, Saturday (02/14/2015) , However, conditions are

different when liver cancer has reached an advanced stage. According to Dr. Rino, the life expectancy of patients is small or less for 4-7 months. Therefore, the cancer cells have spread and attack the cells in the liver that liver function continued to decline. Given hepatitis B become the most frequent cause of liver cancer in Indonesia, Dr. Superior Budihusodo, SpPD-KGEH emphasize the importance of early detection with hepatitis B screening once a year, especially for those who have not received hepatitis B vaccine \”You should be vaccinated. Then when the baby, vaccinated four times, when fit adults three times.

After the vaccine should also be checked again whether successful vaccine, meaning that antibodies against hepatitis B virus exists,\” said Dr. Unggul. Because, said Dr. Unggul 1-2% of people who have received hepatitis B vaccine fails the formation of antibodies that must be re-vaccinated. After infection with hepatitis B virus (HBV) causes liver cancer more followed by infection with hepatitis C virus (HCV), and nonalcoholic steatohepatis (NASH). While, Alcoholic Fatty Liver rarer causes liver cancer because it is much more likely that at No. 3 after infection with HBV and HCV are nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis


Not immune In Kemo, Liver Cancer Can Be Overcome Through Surgery and Transplantation

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