My Husband died because of cancer on his liver, how that could happened ?
my husband was died cause cancer on his liver, how that could happened , he was not smoker, no drunk alcohol, my husband was died cause cancer on his liver, how that could happened , he was not smoker, no drunk alcohol,
liver carcinoma is not due to only smoking and alcohol.
SO THINK FOR OTHER CAUSES OF LIVER CARCINOMA LIKE : HEPATITIS B AND C,WILSON DISEASE, CIRRHOSIS OF LIVER , MANY ENVIRONMENT FACTORS.
SO THIS IS THE PHENOMENA OF BODY OF EXCESS GROWTH OF ANY ORGAN.
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