Experts within the University of Maryland Liver Center consider all possible options to help patients determine a treatment plan for liver cancer. The multidisciplinary team of physicians examine each patient's case at a weekly meeting and discuss treatment options, which can include surgery, chemotherapy or radiation.

Learn more about liver-directed therapies for patients with liver cancer. 

Oncology examining an x-ray

The University of Maryland has been recognized for its treatment of liver cancer, including:

  • Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) - the University of Maryland is the first and one of the most experienced radioembolization centers in the country
  • Intrabiliary brachytherapy - as a component of pre-liver transplant treatment of bile duct cancers that requires tremendous expertise
  • Complex cancer genetic testing for patients who require advanced therapy
  • Robot-assisted liver surgery allows for high rates of success in high-risk patients
  • Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC)