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Hi. My uncle was diagnosed with secondary liver cancer. He is an alcoholic. I think alcohol was the cause of his cancer. Is that possible?

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Hi. I was diagnosed with secondary liver cancer. I don`t drink and I don`t smoke. The cause of secondary liver cancer is a primary cancer somewhere else in your body. Primary cancer cells can escape into your bloodstream and settle into your liver. Sometimes they cannot find out where it has spread from. The primary cancer may be too small to find. Secondary liver cancer often causes no symptoms for a long period of time. However, if you experience loss of appetite, nausea, fever and lethargy (like I did), you better check it out. Some people experience pain in their upper abdomen.
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