According to Cancer Research UK, more than 40 percent of men and over 50 percent of women with primary bone cancer live for longer than five years after the initial diagnosis and treatment. Cancer can always recur, which... More »

The average life expectancy of a cancer patient varies dramatically depending on the patient's type of cancer and the stage of cancer that the patient has, according to the Cancer Treatment Centers of America. For exampl... More »

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Life expectancy for someone diagnosed with liver cancer depends on how widespread the cancer is, notes the American Cancer Society. The life expectancy for a cancer survivor is based on how many survivors live five years... More »

The life expectancy for a person with bone metastases depends on many factors, including the type of cancer involved, the amount of time since the initial diagnosis and the person's age, explains WebMD. The person's abil... More »

Studies from the National Cancer Institute place the average life expectancy for people with leukemia at 72 years for men and 78 years for women. The National CML Society states that the life expectancy for those with le... More »

According to Orthobullets, the life expectancy for someone with metastatic bone cancer is about six months. However, WebMD points out that this depends largely on age of the patient and how far along the disease is. More »

Cancer that spreads to the spinal fluid is called leptomeningeal carcinomatosis, and the average life expectancy of this condition without treatment is four to six weeks, explains Medscape. Patients who receive treatment... More »

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