The UCSF Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) Tumor Board is a virtual symposium that provides insight from UCSF experts on the topic of HCC tumors. Our experts engage in in-depth multidisciplinary discussions about cases, which are presented anonymously. They offer guidance on sequencing therapies and how to optimize multidisciplinary management of HCC.
Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) Tumor Board
This educational program helps health care providers maintain a state-of-the-art clinical practice by gaining insight into new HCC therapies and keeping up with the latest data.
Meetings are held on the first, third and fourth Thursdays of every month, noon to 1 p.m.
How to refer a case to the Tumor Board
- Download the case presentation form. You’ll find it in the guides & forms section, below.
- Fill out the form for each case you’d like to submit and email it to the VTB coordinator listed at the top of the form.
- Patient information is presented anonymously. For purposes of identification, a unique case ID is assigned to each case.
- Our team of HCC providers will review your submission.
- The team will reach out to you to arrange an appointment time for reviewing your case(s). Note: Referring providers must provide their own radiologist during the case review.
– Dr. Ruel Garcia, inSite Digestive Health Care
– Dr. Pavan Khanna, St. Joseph's Medical Center
– Dr. Sean Tower, Forefront Radiology
Contact the HCC Tumor Board