The University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Liver Tumor Program has seen thousands of patients with hepatic (liver) tumors, primary or metastatic. Our program developed the radiological (imaging) criteria to more accurately diagnose primary liver tumors (where the tumor originated). In fact, we have the largest funded research program in primary liver tumors in the U.S. and are worldwide pioneers in the radiation therapy for primary liver tumors. The Multidisciplinary Liver Tumor Clinic, co-directed by Dr. Theodore Welling and Dr. Neehar Parikh, is held on Tuesdays and Fridays at the Cancer Center. The clinic has been named a Blue Distinction Center for liver cancer by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. That means we offer a comprehensive inpatient and outpatient cancer care program, delivered by a multidisciplinary team of subspecialty training and distinguished clinical expertise in treating complex and rare subtypes of cancer.
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New Patients: 800-865-1125; or use our appointment request form
Current Patients: 734-647-8902
(Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm EST)
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If you have a MyUofMHealth.org account, you can log in to view upcoming or past appointments, cancel appointments up to 24 hours before your schedule time, and request a new appointment. You can request an appointment with your primary care physician or any providers that you have seen since August 15, 2012.
If you would like to consult with a liver tumor specialist, please contact our M-Line service: 800-962-3555.
If you would like to refer a patient to our liver clinic, please call our clinical coordinator to make an appointment : 734-647-8916.
|Cancellations: Should you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please notify the Cancer Center at least 24 hours in advance by calling 734-647-8902.|
For your first appointment
- Please download and print the Welcome Letter which includes information on preparing for your visit, what to expect on the day of your visit and maps.
Children and young adults who have been diagnosed with hepatoblastoma or other rare liver cancers are treated in the Solid Tumor Oncology Program at C.S Mott Children's Hospital.