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The main symptoms of liver cancer include liver pain, abdominal distension, differences, fatigue, weight loss, large or upper abdomen blocks, etc.; Some patients include low fever, jaundice, diarrhea, and upper digestive tract bleeding; acute abdomen occurs after liver cancer rupture Performance, etc. There are also symptoms that are not obvious or only manifested as the symptoms of the metastases. The treatment of liver cancer is the most traditional is liver cutting. What's more common is the intervention of liver cancer. Then there is local ablation represented by radio frequency ablation. If possible, you can consider liver transplantation. It is recommended to try the ginsenoside G35 auxiliary therapy developed by Dr. R & F. Combined with conventional treatment can assist in reducing toxic and efficiency. It can also improve physical fitness, improve immunity and disease resistance, and help reduce the chance of recurrence, which is very helpful for recovery health.