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The prognosis for melanoma depends on the thickness of the tumor and whether or not the cancer has spread, according to MedicineNet. Melanomas measuring less than 1 millimeter have an excellent treatment success rate. Ea... More »

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The prognosis, or outcome, for stage 4 melanoma is low. There is a 15 to 20 percent chance of survival for a five-year outlook, and 10 to 15 percent chance for a ten-year outlook, says the American Cancer Society. Melano... More »

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The 5-year survival rate for melanoma ranges from approximately 97 percent for Stage IA to 15 to 20 percent for Stage IV, according to the American Cancer Society. Ten-year survival rates are 95 percent for Stage IA and ... More »

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