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Liver Cancer Awareness Month
01 OCTOBER 2019

Liver Cancer Awareness Month 2019

It’s October, and that means it’s Liver Cancer Awareness Month, and this year, the American Liver Foundation has partnered with Gilead for a public awareness campaign. The efforts aim to encourage people who are at risk of liver cancer to follow up with their doctors and get proper ongoing screening for this, one of the deadliest, forms of cancer. It’s also one of the few types of cancer that’s on the rise. This year, we’ll also be focusing on the connection between other types of liver disease and liver cancer, and the importance of early detection.

Follow the campaign on social media through the month of October. Look for daily updates on our Facebook Page, or find us on Twitter where we are using the hashtag #LCAM2019 to discuss the topic. If you see one of our “Are You at Risk” signs, we encourage you to tag us on Twitter (@liverUSA) or Instagram (@americanliver) and post the image for everyone to see!

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Tom Nealon, ALF President/CEO and Ghassan Abou-Alfa, MD of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center were interviewed about Liver Cancer Awareness Month for the radio program KTU Cares in New York City.

Click here to listen to this interview.

Listen to the ALF Liver Cancer Awareness Public Service Announcement airing on iHeart Radio stations in New York City, Texas and Los Angeles.

Click here to listen to listen to this PSA.


(Visit to learn more about risk factors, diagnosis, symptoms and treatment)

Read our statement on the significance of Liver Cancer Awareness Month from our CEO Tom Nealon

Commonly Asked Questions about Liver Cancer

Download the Liver Cancer Brochure (English)

Download the Liver Cancer Brochure (Spanish)

Download the Liver Cancer Brochure (Chinese)


Join the Liver Cancer thread at the ALF online support community

Call our Helpline: Our Liver Helpline Staff is here to help! Give us a call at 1-800-GO-LIVER (1-800-465-4837). We’re open 9am-7pm ET, Monday through Friday. You can always open the chat feature at the bottom of the page and submit a question or request a call back!

Take Action

  • Participate in the group Liver Cancer Tweetchat with the CDC on 10/23

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