Uterine Cancer Survival Rate
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Remember, the data we pass here is not something absolute, this is because the rate of Uterine Cancer survival depends on various factors.
Uterine cancer including the most common types of cancer suffered by women in America. It is estimated as many as 61.380 women in the United States was diagnosed with endometrial cancer of the uterus. This increase in numbers is due to the obesity factor, which is one of the causes of this disease.
This type of cancer, as well as being the cause of many deaths woman in the United States. It is estimated from 61,380 women diagnosed with uterine cancer, about 10,920 will die.
The percentage survival rate of Uterine Cancer sufferer was calculated during 5 years.
All stages combined, the entire combination of the likelihood of survival of women with cancer is 82%.
Localized (cancer that diagnosed are still at his appearance or area has not spread widely), the 5-year survival rate reached 95%.
Regional (diagnosed cancer has spread beyond the Local area), the 5-year survival rate reaches 69%.
Regional (the diagnosed cancer has spread past the Local area), the 5-year survival rate reached 69%.
Distant (the diagnosed cancer has spread almost to all other body parts), the 5-year survival rate reached 17%.
Distant (diagnosed cancer has spread to almost all other parts of the body), the 5-year survival rate reaches 17%.
If the cancer has spread Regionally, the 5-year survival rate was about 69%. If it is diagnosed after the cancer has spread to other areas of the body, the survival rate is 17%.
This data is adapted from the American Cancer Society's publication, Cancer Facts & Figures 2017.