The combined five-year survival rate for all stages of prostate cancer is nearly 100 percent, according to the American Cancer Society. The 10-year relative survival rate is 99 percent, and the 15-year relative survival ... More »

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The overall five-year survival rate for men diagnosed with the most common types of prostate cancer is 99 percent, according to WebMD. Prostate cancer is usually a slow-growing type of cancer. Only 1 out of every 36 men ... More »

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Stage IV prostate cancer means that the original cancer has spread to other locations within the body, states Texas Oncology. Stage IV prostate cancer is classified as D1 or D2 prostate cancer depending on where the canc... More »

Including all stages of the disease, the five-year survival rate for prostate cancer is nearly 100 percent, says the American Cancer Society. Using the same method of calculation, the 10-year survival rate is 99 percent,... More »

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Medical professionals consider the prognosis for early stage prostate cancer very good, with a relative 5-year survival rate of 100 percent, as of 2015, states the American Cancer Society. Additionally, regional stage pr... More »

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The overall five-year survival rate for men diagnosed with the most common types of prostate cancer is 99 percent, according to WebMD. Prostate cancer is usually a slow-growing type of cancer. Only 1 out of every 36 men ... More »

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The five-year survival rate for men with prostate cancer and a Gleason score of 7 is 98 percent, according to Cancer Research UK. A Gleason score of 7 indicates an intermediate level of cancer. More »