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The five-year survival rate for stage 2A is 81 percent and 70 percent for stage 2B. The 10-year survival rates are 67 percent for stage 2A and 57 percent for stage 2B, according to the American Cancer Society.What is the life expectancy of someone with Stage 4 lung cancer?
The median stage 4 non-small cell lung cancer life expectancy—the time at which 50 percent of patients are alive and 50 percent have passed away—is only around eight months. The five-year survival rate—that is, the percent of people who are expected to be alive five years after a diagnosis of stage 4 lung cancer—is sadly only 4 percent.Can you beat Stage 3 lung cancer?
Currently, no definite cure exists for stage 3 lung cancers. Many late or advanced lung cancers will return even after responding to therapies. New treatment plans suggest combining therapies for best results. A 2013 study found that combined therapies are the best way to treat stage 3 lung cancers.