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Liver Cancer (Primary) Pathfinder: Key Resources

Recommended resources

Print liver cancer (primary) pathfinder

Many liver tumours or “cancers” have spread to the liver from a different starting place in the body.  If your question is about cancer that started in a different part of the body and is now in the liver, please see the Advanced or Metastatic Cancer Pathfinder.  This pathfinder has resources related to cancers that started in the liver.

Books

Visit your local BC Cancer Library or go to bccancer.bc.ca/library to see the complete library catalogue. See Liver Cancer Books for more books about liver cancer. Most library materials can be mailed anywhere in B.C. or Yukon.

Community services locator

The Canadian Cancer Society community services locator is a directory that helps cancer patients, survivors, family and caregivers find the services they need.

Websites

These websites have been reviewed and approved by the BC Cancer librarians. See the "Looking for More?" tab above to find more recommended websites.

Support programs

This is a list of support programs offered by community organizations and BC Cancer. You can find more support programs offered at each BC Cancer centre and in the community on the BC Cancer website.

Resources found in these Pathfinders have been chosen and evaluated by BC Cancer librarians with input from other BC Cancer staff members. Suggestions for additional resources for inclusion are welcome; however, the Library reserves the final right to decide which websites and resources will be included. See our Inclusion/removal policy.

Resources are reviewed on a regular basis, however, the Library cannot guarantee the function, accuracy, or currency of the websites and the information contained within them.



 The BC Cancer library system consists of a central library at Vancouver Centre (VC), and branches in Abbotsford (AC), Kelowna (SAHCSI), Prince George (CN), Surrey (FVC), and Victoria (VIC). All centres have patient resource collections in our Cancer Information Centres (CIC), and all centres have a professional collection on site. Professional resources for CN are housed in the adjacent UHNBC Library.