Liver cancer can also be referred as hepatic cancer. Because the liver is made up of several different types of cells, several types of tumors can form in the liver. Some of these are benign (noncancerous), and some are cancerous and can spread to other parts of the body (metastasize). These tumors have different causes and are treated differently. Not all cancers that affect the liver are considered liver cancer. Cancers that begins in other part of body are called metastatic cancers. To be clear, Primary liver cancer is cancer that forms in the tissues of the liver. Secondary liver cancer is cancer that spreads to the liver from another part of the body. This section explores an overview on the cancer symptoms, diagnosis, risk factors and treatment, including common medical procedures and side effects. It also includes information about treatment that includes surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, immunotherapy, and vaccine therapy. The Journal of Liver: Disease & Transplantation addresses both the liver pathology and liver transplantation. JLDT stands among the liver journals in the globe. The major areas of journal include advances in liver diseases, liver trauma, portal hypertension and pediatric liver tumors. Journal of Liver: Disease & Transplantation focuses on the topics hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver cancer, alcohol damage, fatty liver, metabolic and genetic liver diseases, autoimmune liver diseases, liver transplantation and techniques, surgical complications and transplantation outcomes. The Journal is using quality and standard peer review process with help of Editorial and review board members for its paper publications. It is also using online manuscript submission and manuscript tracking systems.