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  1. ...out, one study shows that an allogeneic transplantation has a long term survival of around 40%, which appears to be better than that of conventional chemotherapy...

    2 Answers · Health · 01/09/2006

  2. ...kill whoever has it. So Cancer has a higher survival rate because there is even a chance of surviving.

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  3. ...remission. your doc tor should be able to give you an idea on expected survival rate . I will tell you this the rate of survival is higher in ...

    7 Answers · Health · 19/11/2007

  4. Zero. What doe you mean survival rate ? One year, three year, five year? The person is 93, they ...

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  5. ... "poor" compared to more benign cancers like Leukemia or simple blastomas, CNS cancers survival rates are still a lot better than many other more dire cancers like...

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  6. Kittens with Feline Leukemia that they've most likely been born with from their mothers only tend to have about a 20% chance of survival . Get this kitten tested and keep it away from any other cats...

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  7. The five-year survival rate for AML leukemia varies from 15% to 70%, depending on the subtype of leukemia and the age...

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  8. Try this site for the best info: http://www. leukemia -lymphoma.org/hm_lls Best wishes

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  9. my mom survived ALL when she was 17. She's 43 now. She wasn't supposed to survive, yet she did, and had me. She wasn't supposed to be able to have children as well.

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