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Can you tell me the life expectancy of someone with prostate cancer?

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Your chances of being alive, and disease-free, 10 or 15 years after a prostate cancer diagnosis are apt to depend more on your stage and grade of cancer than on the choice of prostate cancer treatment.

The best prostate cancer prognosis, as might be expected, is for patients with smaller, slow-growing, well-differentiated tumors. The good news is that approximately three-quarters of all newly diagnosed prostate cancers are clinically localized (stage I or stage II).
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