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Visit the new website to learn more about the CRUK-funded Early Detection of Hepatocellular Liver Cancer (DeLIVER) programme

The DeLIVER research programme aims to better understand the pre-cancerous changes in the liver and use this knowledge to inform new technologies for early hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) detection. The DeLIVER team, led by Professor Ellie Barnes, are using state-of-the-art multiparametric imaging, host and viral genetics, and liquid biopsy technologies, such as TAPS, to identify the earliest indications of HCC by studying people at high-risk of developing HCC over several years and those with early HCC.

Find out more about this research programme and the team by visiting the DeLIVER website.

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