Lectures will be for the whole team involved covering various medical disciplines delivered by leading UK experts.

The programme includes: Selection for transplantation/surgery,  HCC in the setting of Viral Hepatitis, Focused Clinical Cases,  Update on new oncological therapies on the horizon for HCC,  Cutting edge research presentations. The continuing area of controversy should early HCC be managed by surgical resection rather than transplantation will be covered in the format of a debate with the opportunity for audience participation. Now traditionally we continue with a ‘live’ multidisciplinary meeting in which a panel of experts will be presented with a series of cases and asked to define and justify the treatment plans.

Learning objectives


HCC-UK Annual Conference' (code: 122847). state 'HCC-UK Annual Conference' has Royal College of Physiciansbeen approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom (CPD) for 9 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s). Full conditions of approval are listed the RCP guidelines.

An outstanding educational programme covering the clinical management, current areas of controversy and the latest in fundamental research in the field of Hepatocellular Cancer.

New! Call for Abstracts

This year there will also be an opportunity to present work from your own centres. Abstracts will be selected by the HCC-UK panel for posters and oral presentations.  Submission deadline: midnight GMT 30th January 2019

Who we are:

HCC-UK comprises professionals of multidisciplines interested in improving outcomes for the increasing numbers of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). The organisation primarily host this conference and forms a network of expertise in the research and treatment of HCC

HCC-UK Committee

Chair:  Aileen Marshall, London
Secretary: Tim Meyer, London
BASL Treasurer/BASL Nominee Tim Cross, Liverpool
Conference & Education Co-leads: Helen Reeves & Vicki Snowdon
Basic Science: Matt Hoare, Cambridge
Hepatology:Abid Suddle, London
Oncology: Richard Hubner, Manchester
Surgery: Anya Adair
Radiology:Teik Choon See, Cambridge
Pathology: Stefan Hubscher
Nursing: TBC