Oral cancer is not always fatal, and survival rates depend on the cancer location and stage, explains American Cancer Society. In general, cancers of the tonsils and oropharynx have a five-year survival rate of about 66 ... More »

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According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer can be fatal if it is not detected early enough, does not respond well to treatment, or it has spread to other organs. A person's prognosis will often depend on the... More »

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The five-year survival rate for liver cancer found very early and not spread is 28 percent, according to the American Cancer Society. However, there are a number of individual factors that increase or decrease a person's... 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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The five-year survival rate for liver cancer found very early and not spread is 28 percent, according to the American Cancer Society. However, there are a number of individual factors that increase or decrease a person's... More »

Five-year relative survival rates are near 100 percent for individuals with stage 1 and 2 papillary thyroid cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. The five-year relative survival rate for individuals with stag... More »

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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 »