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The five-year survival rate for an adult with diffuse astrocytoma is 65 percent if he is between the ages of 20 and 44, according to the American Cancer Society. The survival rate is 43 percent if he is between the ages ... More »

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The prognosis for a grade III astrocytoma suggests that around 27 percent of afflicted individuals live for at least five more years following diagnosis, according to Cancer Research UK. Those with grade IV astrocytomas ... More »

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Factors that affect an astrocytoma prognosis depends on the type of astrocytoma, its size and location of the tumor, according to the American Brain Tumor Association. Prognosis also depends on the overall health of the ... More »

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