Live TV program to explore 'Liver Cancer: A Matter of Facts'

About 75,000 men and women in the United States will face a diagnosis of liver cancer this year. When detected early, there is greater chance of successful treatment. On Thursday, March 27, liver cancer specialists from Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute will team up with WHTM-TV abc27 to discuss risk factors, diagnosis, the latest treatments and more during “Liver Cancer: A Matter of Facts,” a live program airing at 7:30 p.m. Call and talk one-on-one with the doctors or nurses in the abc27 call center. Participating are members of the Penn State Hershey liver cancer team:

Dr. Niraj J. Gusani – surgical oncologist

Dr. Nelson Yee – medical oncologist

Dr. Neil Bhayani – surgical oncologist

Dr. Ian Schreibman – hepatologist

Dr. Peter Waybill – interventional radiologist

Dr. Karen Krok – hepatologist

Dr. Thomas Riley – hepatologist

Teresa Smink – oncology nurse

Kara Lahr – nurse practitioner

Submit questions online or by emailing questions@abc27.com.

Last Updated March 27, 2014