Life expectancy for a person with stage IV glioblastoma brain cancer is 8 to 15 months from the time of diagnosis, according to a 2007 report from Duke University Medical Center. As of 2015, the 5-year survival rates for... More »

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A loved one with glioblastoma may experience headaches, seizures, vomiting, changes in mood or personality, cognitive impairment, double or blurred vision and difficulty speaking, explains WebMD. Symptoms of glioblastoma... More »

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Median survival for a person with aggressive glioblastoma is 14.6 months, according to the American Brain Tumor Association. Approximately 30 percent of patients survive for 2 years, and a 2009 study suggested 10 percent... More »

Glioblastoma cancer is a highly malignant form of brain cancer that occurs in the star-shaped cells, or astrocytes, that make up the brain's supportive tissue, according to the American Brain Tumor Association. Because o... More »

Life expectancy statistics for glioblastoma depend on the age of the patient, the type of treatment and the aggressiveness of the cancer, explains the American Brain Tumor Association. Generally, less than 10 percent of ... More »

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Life expectancy for someone diagnosed with liver cancer depends on how widespread the cancer is, notes the American Cancer Society. The life expectancy for a cancer survivor is based on how many survivors live five years... More »

Life expectancy for liver cancer patients is measured as a five-year survival rate, according to the American Cancer Society. The five-year survival rate for a person with localized liver cancer is 28 percent, while regi... More »