The survival rate for peritoneal cancer is determined by how early the cancer is detected and if treatments are successful. As of 2015, one study puts the average survival rate for stage 3 and stage 4 to be five years fo... More »

The survival rate for both types of lymphoma cancers is good once treatment begins, according to Medical News Today. Of the patients diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, two-thirds survived for five years. 85 percent o... More »

The five-year survival rate for localized cancer of the cecum is 68 percent, according to the American Cancer Society. The survival rate for cecum cancer with regional spread is 71 percent, and the survival rate for cecu... More »

Symptoms of peritoneal cancer can include nausea, constipation, frequent urination, abnormal vaginal bleeding, rectal bleeding and shortness of breath, according to WebMD. Feelings of fullness, even after a light meal, b... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Cancer

A diagnosis of stage 3 peritoneal cancer is severe because the cancer has spread from the lining of the pelvis and abdomen to another organ, such as the liver or spleen, according to the American Cancer Society. Doctors ... More »

Symptoms commonly associated with peritoneal cancer include abdominal discomfort, nausea, constipation, diarrhea, loss of appetite, bleeding from the rectum, unusual vaginal bleeding, unexplained gain or loss of weight, ... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Cancer

The survival rate for people with appendix cancer is directly linked to the size of the tumor when it is found. If the tumor is small the patient is more likely to survive, states the MD Anderson Center. More » Health Conditions & Diseases Cancer