Each cancer patient’s experience is different, and a person’s adjustment to cancer treatment depends on a number of factors. With liver cancer, treatment is sometimes aimed at improving the quality of life of the patient rather than curing the cancer. So even if the cancer is incurable, patients can still maintain a fair quality of life for as long as possible.
It is important for people to seek support during and after cancer treatment. Taking advantage of a social support system, such as a cancer support group, helps patients by providing a forum of information and experiences. Maintain an open dialogue with your cancer care team to address any concerns you have.