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As of 2015, children with ependymoma have a 60 percent chance of surviving past five years, although the older the child, the better the outlook. For adults with Ependymoma, the five-year survival rate is over 65 percent... More »

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The prognosis for ependymoma in pediatric and adult patients is a 60 and 65 percent five-year survival rate, respectively, states the Collaborative Ependymoma Research Network Foundation. Factors affecting this prognosis... More »

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There are many types and stages of brain cancer, all of which have varying survival rates, states the American Cancer Society. Life expectancy is based on five-year survival rates, which are at best rough estimates. More »

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The prognosis for ependymoma in pediatric and adult patients is a 60 and 65 percent five-year survival rate, respectively, states the Collaborative Ependymoma Research Network Foundation. Factors affecting this prognosis... More »

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