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www.reference.com/article/prognosis-late-stages-chronic-kidney-disease-e2c376436d7a1013

The prognosis for an individual with end stage kidney disease is poor, according to Healthline, with individuals who do not get treatment facing certain death. Advancements in treating the disease allow people who receive treatment to live much longer, with specific out...

www.reference.com/article/prognosis-patients-liver-cancer-2b7b913000635f1

The prognosis for those afflicted with liver cancer depends largely on the stage of the cancer when it is initially discovered, according to the American Cancer Society. As of 2015, the five-year relative survival rate for localized cancer of the liver is 28 percent.

www.reference.com/article/symptoms-chronic-liver-disease-958e358336d52956

Chronic liver disease causes many different symptoms, including jaundice, hair loss, itching, weight loss and gallstones, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. Cirrhosis of the liver or fibrosis of the liver often cause chronic liver disease.

www.reference.com/article/prognosis-chronic-leukemia-96727850fc61f181

The average five-year survival rate for people with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL, is 50 to 80 percent, says Healthline. There are two types of CLL, and a prognosis depends on which kind a person has. People with slow-growing CLL generally live longer than people...

www.reference.com/article/prognosis-liver-cirrhosis-9878d36c36ca269d

The prognosis for liver cirrhosis is generally poor if the damage is severe enough, according to MedlinePlus. Once the liver develops scar tissue, that tissue can never heal or return to normal function and could cause serious complications.

www.reference.com/article/typical-prognosis-patients-liver-cancer-c834fe59dff8b98b

The prognosis for patients with liver cancer is generally poor, with an overall five-year survival rate of 15 percent for all stages of liver cancer, according to MedicineNet. Prognosis is affected by tumor size, whether cancer has spread beyond the liver and the number...

www.reference.com/article/prognosis-pancreatic-liver-cancer-9aad48a4c6abac39

Within five years of diagnosis, 92 percent of patients die from pancreatic cancer, with 75 percent dying within one year, according to Pancreatic Cancer Canada. Liver cancer has an overall five-year survival rate of 17 percent, says the American Society of Clinical Onco...