A relative survival index compares people at the same age and type of cancer with people from the general population for whom the survival rates are known. For instance, if the five-year relative survival rate for an advanced stage of rectal or colon cancer is eighty percent, it means that those with that type of cancer are about eighty percent as likely to survive after being diagnosed as those who do not have it. Similarly, if the survival rates are thirty percent, it means that the average person who has had cancer or other forms of cancer is about thirty percent less likely to live five years after the diagnosis than those who do not have it. This means that the people who are statistically most likely to survive after having cancer of any kind are the ones who would be the best candidates for having the cancer treatment and undergoing the various medical treatments that will prolong their lives and make them more productive.

The people with whom you want to be statistically most likely to survive after having cancer of any type are those who do not get any sort of significant treatment or care. For these people, the cancer may be cured for the time being but the effects of chemotherapy can still be seen after the treatment is over. If this is what happens to these people, the chances of their being cancer free at the end of the five years of chemotherapy will be much lower than what is possible for people with whom a relative survivorship index can be calculated.

In order to calculate a person’s chances of surviving, the odds of survival of that person are compared with the chances of surviving in the general population. For example, a fifty percent chance of survival would be very much better than a twenty percent chance of survival. However, to determine the chances of surviving, this will depend on the person’s age, type of cancer, stage of the cancer, and whether or not the person has had previous treatments for the cancer. Those who did not have any prior treatment are much more likely to be diagnosed with a more difficult type of cancer, which makes them more likely to have a better chance of surviving. It is important for people to talk to their doctors about their cancer to learn what their chances of surviving will be.

The percentage of a person’s chances of surviving depends on the factors that cause a person to have a better chance of survival, and on the factors that cause a person to have a worse chance of surviving. All cancers are different and some cancer may have a very low chance of survival while other cancers have a very high percentage of surviving people. For example, lung cancer has the highest percentage of surviving people because it tends to be a treatable form of cancer. However, because it is a treatable cancer, a large percentage of people with lung cancer will be diagnosed with a type of cancer that is not treatable, such as lung cancer that spreads to other parts of the body and the ability of the person’s body to absorb and use oxygen is affected.

Other cancers that have very good chances of surviving include prostate and breast cancer. Prostate cancer, for example, has an extremely low percent of surviving people because there is usually no treatment for it. Prostate cancer, however, can be treated by surgery. There are several types of surgery available that can either slow the progress of the disease or even stop it before it gets to that point.

Breast cancer, however, can be treated by surgery, radiation therapy and hormone therapy. Hormone therapy can also extend life if it is used in conjunction with other methods of treatment. Cancer of the lung is also treated in many ways, including surgery, but it is treated by using surgery to prevent the spread of the cancer to other parts of the body.

Many of these cancers have very good rates of surviving people. Other cancers have very bad rates of surviving people. There are some cancers that have very bad rates of surviving people. This is especially true of those cancers that have spread to other parts of the body, such as lung cancer that spreads into the lungs or spreads into the heart.

In general, it is easier for some cancers to survive than others and the best rate of survival for any cancer depends largely on the person and their situation. It may also depend on how advanced the cancer is, as there are cancers that have a better chance of surviving people when they are older than when compared with cancers that are more advanced. Some cancers, such as breast cancer, have a very good rate of survival after they have spread to other parts of the body, while other cancers, such as lung cancer of the stomach or prostate, have a very poor rate of survival, even after they have spread.