Hepatobiliary cancer (liver, gallbladder and bile duct cancer) is cancer that is found in the liver. The liver is an organ which produces bile, which helps carry away waste, break down fats during digestion and carry fats through the body.
I have oncology and surgical nursing experience and have worked across public sector. My main area of interest and expertise is liver cancer. I have completed a Master of Nursing at the University of Western Sydney. I am a member of CNSA, COSA. I am here to help, support and guide you and your family through your cancer journey. I will help you understand your treatment plan by consulting with you and your family members to describe the comprehensive spectrum of services available.
When diagnosed with cancer, it's common to feel overwhelmed and forget questions to ask the doctor. The Cancer Council offers a list of suggested questions for you or your carer to ask at appointments.
These can help you be more involved in your care.