Why Does My Liver Hurt?

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Liver pain can be caused by a wide range of illnesses such as: gallstones, liver failure, leukaemia, liver cancer, heart failure, gastritis, pancreatitis and fatty liver disease. The pain is usually felt in the upper-right quadrant, typically under the rib cage.
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