Liver Cancer Statistics

Liver cancer Statistics and numbers. Liver cancer is a common cancer worldwide. Every year 700,000 new cases are registered. The new cases are mainly in Sub-saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. This type of cancer can be lethal, and the number of deaths is 600,000 yearly. The statistic shows an almost equal number of new cases and deaths. The reason is the lack of proven screening programs. When an individual is diagnosed, it is too late to be treated with surgery or other therapy.

Statistic data are based on large groups of the population. the data do not take into consideration other existing diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, and other chronic illnesses. Hence, data cannot be used to predict what will happen to an individual once diagnosed with cancer. There are no two patients alike. Thus, treatment and responses to treatment may differ greatly. However, it is important to keep track of the number of new cases, deaths, and survival over time. Those trends help researchers understand the progress they have made over time; What do they have to improve; How to address new challenges, such as better screening and treatments. 


Liver Cancer Statistics / Percent Cases by Stage

Liver Cancer Statistics / 5 Years Relative Survival by Stage

Liver Cancer Statistics / New Cases by Age Group

Liver Cancer Statistics / Deaths by Age Group