What Are the Survival Rates for Endometrial Cancer?

Q:

How high is the chances of surviving after being diagnosed endometrial cancer?

A:

It really depends on the stages of endometrial cancer.

  1. The 5- year survival rate for women with stage 0 endometrial cancer is 90%.
  2. The 5-year survival rate for women with stage IA endometrial cancer is 88%.
  3. The 5- year survival rate for women with stage IB endometrial cancer is 75%.
  4. The 5-year survival rate for women with stage II endometrial cancer is 69%.

Q:

What is a 5-year survival rate?

A:

Statistics on the outlook for a certain type and stage of cancer are often given as 5-year survival rates, but many people live longer- often much longer- than 5years. The 5-year survival rate is the percentage of people who live at least 5years after being diagnosed with cancer. A 5-year survival rate of 50% means that an estimated 50 out of 100 people who have that cancer are still alive 5years after being diagnosed.

But remember, survival rates are estimates – your outlook can vary based on a number of factors specific to you.

 

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