Liver cancer care in Aurora

At The Medical Center of Aurora, our diverse team of gastroenterologists, oncologists, hepatologists, radiologists and surgeons help you through the diagnosis and treatment process of liver cancer.

Learn more about our team and what treatments we offer. Call askSARAH at (303) 253-3225.

The liver, the body’s largest internal organ, is made up of many different types of cells. As a result, there are several different types of cancers that can develop. We treat all types of liver cancer, including:

  • Primary liver cancer or hepatocellular carcinoma (cancer of the hepatocytes, the main type of cells found in the liver)
  • Secondary liver cancer (metastatic cancer that spreads from another location in the body)
  • Cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer)
  • Angiosarcoma and hemangiosarcoma (cancer of the blood vessels in the liver)
  • Hepatoblastoma (affecting children)

Available treatment options

Treatment for liver cancer varies. In some cases, a liver transplant is necessary. In other cases, a transplant is not possible and a combination of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy or biologic therapy is used.

In addition, there are new treatments available for primary liver cancer patients who are not candidates for surgery. For example, drugs like sorafenib can help control the growth of tumors and blood cells in the liver.

Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute

As a member of the Sarah Cannon Cancer Network of Excellence, our family of hospitals features leading edge cancer treatment and clinical trials. Sarah Cannon offers modern therapies for people facing cancer across the U.S. and our partnership provides patients personal, individualized care while benefiting from the network of resources Sarah Cannon has to offer.

askSARAH helpline

Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at The Medical Center of Aurora in Denver, Colorado is pleased to offer access to askSARAH, a dedicated helpline designed to help answer your cancer-related questions. Whether you have been recently diagnosed with cancer or have questions with screenings, signs or symptoms, a registered askSARAH nurse can help. Committed to ensuring you have the right resources close to home, our nurses are available 24/7 and all calls are confidential. Contact askSARAH at (303) 253-3225 to connect directly to a nurse to help you today.