How Is the Life Expectancy of Metastatic Prostate Cancer?

Q:
If it is the metastatic prostate cancer, how many years can I survive?
A:  
Actually, there is no standard answer to this question. Because it really depends on spreading area, speed and amount. 3 years is a median here. And according to the professional survey, the one-year survival rate is 47% and the five-year survival rate is 3%.
But you can take some promising medicines and new clinical trials, which is likely to better the life expectancy.

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