Liver cancer awareness month

October is Liver Cancer Awareness Month, which is a chance to raise vital awareness and funds to improve early detection of the disease as well as showing support for people affected by liver cancer and remember loved ones.

Liver cancer rates have more than doubled in 30 years and every year 6,000 people are diagnosed in the UK.  Sadly, just 13% of people diagnosed with liver cancer will survive for five years or more.

For over a year, the pandemic has led to delayed GP appointments and reduced access to specialist care.  Now more than ever, we need to raise awareness to find those at risk to improve early diagnosis.

Your support this October could help us to get closer to a breakthrough in early diagnosis and put a much-needed spotlight on the disease.

Take a look below to see how you can make a difference this month.

October is Liver Cancer Awareness Month

Read our liver cancer factsheet

Get involved

Demand faster diagnosis of liver disease and liver cancer

Take & share our Liver Cancer Awareness quiz

Use our social media assets to spread the word online

Liver cancer awareness month

Leave a message to remember a loved one

Read our liver cancer factsheet