About the UPMC Liver Cancer Center​

Pioneers in liver cancer treatment

The UPMC Liver Cancer Center is led by experts at the forefront of comprehensive clinical services, innovative treatments, and fundamental research for primary and metastic liver cancers.
 
UPMC surgeons are among the most experienced in the United States at performing minimally invasive (laparoscopic) liver surgery, which they pioneered. Only a handful of centers in the U.S. offers this treatment option for liver tumors.
To ensure that each patient is carefully evaluated to determine his or her best course of treatment, the UPMC Liver Cancer Center maintains a collaborative partnership with physicians in peer programs, including:

Expertise in treating liver cancer and liver diseases

The doctors at the UPMC Liver Cancer Center have access to cutting-edge technology that allows for effective diagnosis and treatment of a full range of liver diseases.
 
If you need liver surgery, our world-class surgeons will provide you with the most advanced care available today.
 
For individuals whose cancers are inoperable but have the potential to compromise or diminish the quality of life, the UPMC Liver Cancer Center offers innovative therapies and groundbreaking clinical trials that may extend the lives of many people.

Drs. Tsung, Marsh and Geller

Allan Tsung, MD, David Geller, MD, and J. Wallis Marsh, MD,
UPMC Liver Cancer Center experts.

 

 
 

 

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