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 »

Metastatic bone cancer doesn't always cause symptoms, but when they do occur, patients may suffer from persistent bone pain, according to Mayo Clinic. As the cancer spreads, individuals may struggle with weakened limbs a... More »

A person with stage 4 primary breast cancer that is metastatic has a five-year survival rate of 22 percent, explains the American Cancer Society. Stage 4 metastatic breast cancer is cancer that has spread to other areas ... More »

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Metastatic bone cancer doesn't always cause symptoms, but when they do occur, patients may suffer from persistent bone pain, according to Mayo Clinic. As the cancer spreads, individuals may struggle with weakened limbs a... 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 »

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 life expectancy for someone with multiple myeloma depends on the stage of the disease when diagnosed, according to the American Cancer Society. Stage I patients have a median survival rate of 62 months. Stage II pati... More »