The American Cancer Society lists the 5-year survival rate for stage IV non-small-cell lung cancer as about one percent; stage IV small-cell lung cancer 5-year survival rates are at two percent. Mesothelioma has a 5-year... More »

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According to the American Cancer Society, the observed 5-year survival rate for patients who are diagnosed with stage II lung cancer is around 30 percent. Depending on the location and other qualities of the primary tumo... More »

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The five-year observed survival rate after diagnosis of stage IIIB non-small cell lung cancer is 5 percent. Overall health, genetic changes in cancer cells, and response to treatment affect survival rate, according to th... More »

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The prognosis for stage 3 renal cell, or kidney, cancer is a 53 percent survival rate five years after diagnosis, according to the American Cancer Society. Many factors affect the survival rate, including other health co... More »

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The 5-year survival rate for non-small cell adenocarcinoma of the lung for someone in stage one is 49 percent, while someone in stage four is only 1 percent, as stated by the American Cancer Society. These 5-year surviva... More »

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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According to information collected from 1998 to 2002 by the National Cancer Data Base, the prognosis for small intestine cancer affecting the duodenum, jejunum and ileum is a five-year survival rate of 55 percent in stag... More »