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What is the survival rate of stage IV colon cancer?

Stage IV colon cancer is treatable and curable, although at a much lower rate than earlier stages. Surgery, the common treatment in earlier stages, may not remove all of the cancer in the body. The survival rate at five years is less than 1 percent.

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What are the treatment options for stage IV colon cancer?
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Surgery is a common treatment for stage IV colon cancer. However, at this last stage of colon cancer...
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How do other illnesses affect stage IV colon cancer?
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A variety of other illnesses can increase your risk for stage IV colon cancer. Certain inherited syn...
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What causes stage IV colon cancer?
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Although there are a number of risk factors that can increase someone's chances for developing colon...
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Is Stage IV Colon Cancer a Death Sentence?
Is Stage IV Colon Cancer a Death Sentence?

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