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Survival for adult stage 3 glioblastoma, or "high grade" glioma, is between 14.6 months and 3 years, as reported in median years of survival from diagnosis, according to the American Brain Tumor Association. Survival tim...

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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 ...

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The American Brain Tumor Association indicates that the average life expectancy for adults who receive standard treatment for giloblastoma is between two and three years. For adults diagnosed with more aggressive gilobla...

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A glioma is any tumor that originates in the brain's supportive tissue, according to the American Brain Tumor Association. Known as glia, this tissue holds the neurons in place and ensures their ongoing function. Three t...

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