As of 2015, men and women who have colon cancer that metastasizes in the liver have a 7 percent and 8 percent five-year survival rate respectively, according to Cancer Research UK. However, these statistics do not take i... More »

The prognosis for spleen cancer is dependant on what type of spleen cancer a person has, according to Healthgrades. For instance, most spleen cancers do not start in the spleen and those that do may be either lymphomas o... More »

According to current research, if colon cancer is going to metastasize, or spread, it usually does so within two years of developing, notes the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The tumors that spread appear to have the a... More »

The five-year relative survival rate for metastatic liver cancer with regional spread to nearby organs and lymph nodes is 7 percent, as of 2015, according to the American Cancer Society. The survival rate for liver cance... More »

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The prognosis for cervical cancer varies from a 5 percent survival rate to a 95 percent survival rate after five years, according to Cancer Research UK. The stage at which a doctor diagnoses the cancer is the biggest det... More »

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The survival rate of a patient with cancer that metastasized to the liver depends on the type of primary cancer he has, the severity of the cancer and type of treatments done, according to MedlinePlus. Surgery to remove ... More »

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Healthy lifestyle habits and regular colorectal cancer screenings can help prevent the development of colon cancer, according to the American Institute for Cancer Research. Maintaining a healthy weight, alcohol use moder... More »

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