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The relative five-year survival rate for patients diagnosed with lung cancer is 17.4 percent, as of 2015, according to the National Cancer Institute. The stage of cancer at initial diagnosis, the patient’s age and overal... More »

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The overall life expectancy for adenocarcinoma depends on the stage, but in general, only around 18 percent of people live past five years. Adenocarcinoma is a type of nonsmall cell lung cancer. The earlier the cancer is... More »

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Dogs with primary lung cancer can generally live up to one year after surgical removal of the mass in their lungs, provided the disease has not spread to the lymph nodes or other tissue, reports Canine Cancer. However, t... More »

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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 »

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The survival rate for patients diagnosed with stage 4 nonsmall-cell lung cancer is 1 percent, according to the American Cancer Society. The survival rate indicates the percentage of people with the disease who survive mo... More »

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According to the American Cancer Society, the observed 5-year survival rate for patients who are diagnosed with stage II lung cancer is around 30 percent. Depending on the location and other qualities of the primary tumo... More »

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