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In many cases it's not possible to prevent the spread of cancer from another site to the liver. And it may not always be possible to prevent primary liver cancer. But you can greatly reduce your risk by taking steps to protect yourself from hepatitis B and hepatitis C, cirrhosis and other liver diseases.

The single most effective way to prevent hepatitis B is to receive the hepatitis B vaccine, which provides more than 90 percent protection for both adults and children. Protection lasts years and may even be lifelong. The vaccine can be given to almost anyone, including infants, older adults and those with compromised immune systems. Infants often receive the vaccine in the first year of life — typically at 2, 4, and 9 months of age.

Because no vaccine for hepatitis C exists, the following measures can also play a key role in protecting your health:

  • Educate yourself and others. Make sure you understand what viral hepatitis is and how it's transmitted.

  • Know the health status of any sexual partner. Don't engage in unprotected sex unless you're absolutely certain your partner isn't infected with HBV, HCV or any other sexually transmitted disease. If you don't know the health status of your partner, use a new latex condom every time you have vaginal or anal sex. If you don't have a male condom, use a female condom.

  • Use a clean needle if you inject drugs. The best way to protect yourself from HCV is not to inject drugs. But if that isn't an option for you, make sure any needle you use is sterile, and don't share it. Contaminated drug paraphernalia is responsible for about half of all new hepatitis C cases. Take advantage of needle exchange programs in your community and consider seeking help for your drug use. 

  • Avoid body piercing and tattooing. Needles that may not be properly sterilized can spread the virus.

  • Be cautious about blood products in certain countries. Most with HCV became infected through blood transfusions received before 1992 — the year improved blood-screening tests became available. Although the blood supply is now well screened, this isn't always the case in all countries. If an emergency requires that you receive blood or blood products in another country, get tested for HCV and HBV as soon as you return home.

  • Drink alcohol in moderation. Alcohol speeds the progression of any liver disease you may have and is the leading cause of cirrhosis — a key factor in primary liver cancer.

  • Avoid medications that may cause liver damage. Your doctor can advise you about these medications, which may include over-the-counter medications as well as prescription drugs. Avoid mixing alcohol and acetaminophen (Tylenol, others) — a combination known to cause liver damage.

  • Avoid exposure to environmental toxins. They can damage your liver.

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