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The survival rate for patients with aplastic anemia under age 20 who have a bone marrow or stem cell transplant is 80 percent, according to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Stem cell and bone marrow transplants are... More »

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The five-year relative survival rate for leiomyosarcoma ranges from 14 percent to 68 percent depending on the staging of the disease, reports the American Cancer Society. A relative survival rate compares the rate of sur... More »

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The prognosis for astrocytoma patients is largely dependent on the grade of the tumor, explains Cancer Research UK. While grade 1 astrocytomas are easily removed and may never return, most patients with a grade 4 tumor s... More »

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As of 2015 the survival rate of a lung transplant after a year is over 80 percent and 50 percent for five years, but these rates vary by individual hospital. Because of this variance it is important to research hospitals... More »

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The five-year relative survival rate for eye melanoma patients whose cancer hasn't metastasized is 80 percent compared to 15 percent for those whose cancer has spread to distant body parts. Overall, about three-quarters ... More »

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The survival rate for liver transplant patients after five years is 75 percent, according to the American Liver Foundation. The original disease may sometimes reoccur, causing the patient to need another transplant or ad... More »

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The initial survival rate is good, as more than 80 percent of people who have a lung transplant survive at least one year, according to WebMD. After three years, 55 to 70 percent of those who have a lung transplant are s... More »

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