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 f... More »

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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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 p... More »

The prognosis for stage III liver cancer depends on whether the cancer is localized or regional, according to the American Cancer Society. Localized liver cancers have a 28 percent five-year survival rate, while regional... More »

The prognosis for patients who have either primary or secondary liver cancer depends on the stage of the cancer, reports MedicineNet. In secondary liver cancer, which originates elsewhere in the body before spreading to ... More »

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The prognosis for oral cancer depends on its location and stage and ranges from a five-year relative survival rate of 93 percent to 20 percent for first-time cancer patients, according to the American Cancer Society. For... More »

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The prognosis for patients with bladder cancer ranges between 15 and 98 percent over five years, depending on the stage of the disease when it is diagnosed, according to the American Cancer Society. Other factors, such a... More »

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