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The five-year survival rate for neuroendocrine cancer, a rare form of pancreatic cancer, is about 55 percent for localized and resected tumors and about 15 percent for tumors that doctors cannot remove, reports the Natio... More »

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The five-year survival rate for neuroendocrine carcinoma varies from as low as 14 percent up to 90 percent, based on different factors, notes Cancer.net. A neuroendocrine carcinoma, malignant tumor, develops from cells t... More »

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Average five-year relative survival rates are 99 percent for local ductal carcinoma in the breast and 84 percent for regionalized disease that has spread to the lymph nodes, according to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Af... More »

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