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Five-year relative survival rates of pancreatic, female breast, and small-cell lung and bronchus cancers

The relative survival rate represents the probability of a patient living for another five years, as compared to a random person of the same age, race, and sex.See http://seer.cancer.gov/csr/1975_2000/results_merged/topic_survival.pdf for more information.- Christine Bahls

By | March 15, 2004

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The relative survival rate represents the probability of a patient living for another five years, as compared to a random person of the same age, race, and sex.

See http://seer.cancer.gov/csr/1975_2000/results_merged/topic_survival.pdf for more information.

- Christine Bahls

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