The median life expectancy for end stage renal failure is 6.3 to 23.4 months. The 5-year survival rate is 38 percent, which is less than many cancers and AIDS. More »

The life expectancy with third-stage kidney failure cannot be determined because it is considered the middle stage with a good chance for the patent's condition to improve, according to Kidney Failure Web. There are othe... More »

The life expectancy for stage 4 renal failure patients is not exact, according to the National Kidney Foundation. Dialysis patients can live for many years. Lifespan is largely dependent on overall health and how closely... More »

The overall life expectancy for adenocarcinoma depends on the stage, but in general, only around 18 percent of people live past five years. Adenocarcinoma is a type of nonsmall cell lung cancer. The earlier the cancer is... More »

Individuals with very mild, stage 1 chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, have a normal life expectancy. As the disease progresses, the prognosis worsens. Once individuals are admitted to the intensive care uni... More »

A patient with liver cirrhosis will have a different average life expectancy depending on the stage of the disease as well as the individual patient history; there is not one single "average." For a specific life expecta... More »

Renal failure or dysfunction, also referred to as renal insufficiency or kidney failure, is a condition whereby the kidneys fail to filter toxic and waste materials from the body, according to WebMD. The two forms of ren... More »

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