Fibrolamellar carcinoma (FLC) is a rare cancer of the liver that usually occurs in teens and young adults under 40 years old. This cancer is different than other types of liver cancer because it affects individuals who have otherwise healthy livers. FLC is believed to comprise between 1% and 5% of all liver cancers. FLC affects both men and women and is thought to occur in about one of five million people in the US.
Learn more about this rare disease by clicking the links below:
This section contains an overview of facts and information about fibrolamellar carcinoma.
Read a series of frequently asked questions by fibrolamellar patients.
Meet some of the patients in our community and read about their courageous battles with fibrolamellar.
Learn about Tucker Davis’s battle with fibrolamellar from the perspective of his mother Marna Davis, co-chair of FCF.
Watch this series of caregiver profiles featuring members of the community who are facing (or have faced) the challenges of FLC.
Read a list of suggested steps to help those who have recently been diagnosed in their fight against the disease.