The five-year survival rate for colorectal cancer is between 53 percent and 89 percent, depending on the exact stage and type, according to the American Cancer Society. Stage 3 colorectal cancer is divided into three sub... More »

The stage 3 designation means colon cancer has spread beyond the colon to the lymph nodes. Within this designation, stage 3A refers to the presence of tumors within the colon wall that involve the lymph nodes and stage 3... More »

Low-dose aspirin therapy dropped the death rate from 49 percent to 38 percent among individuals who used it after colon cancer surgery, states a 2014 study cited by WebMD. Patients diagnosed with tumors that secrete a sp... 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 »

The five-year relative survival rate is 83 percent for those with localized sarcomas, 54 percent for those with regional stage sarcomas, and 16 percent for those with sarcomas with a distant spread, according to the Amer... More »

The five-year survival rate for patients with stage III epithelial ovarian cancer ranges from 39 to 56 percent, according to the American Cancer Society. The rate increases to 92 percent if the cancer is found and treate... More »