Clare Laxton, of CLIC Sargent, said better treatments had improved survival rates
Though cancer survival rates
in general are improving in Birmingham and Solihull, there are still big variations.
for the stages one and two a year later were more than 100 per cent, meaning that fewer men with prostate cancer died than expected when compared with the general population.
In terms of long-term survival rate
, the authors noted, 'Singapore achieved the highest with 47 percent after 15 years of trade relations, followed by Japan with 45 percent.
It found out that patients suffering from thyroid, prostate, corpus uteri, female breast and colon cancers have the highest survival rates
at 82.3 percent, 73 percent, 70.56 percent, 66.8 percent and 56.8 percent respectively.
Pakistan Ordinance Factory set a target of 0.50 million trees and achieved 0.708 millions with survival rate
of 79 percent, he said.
Inflation rate, unemployment rate, trade deficit and budget deficit are used for the construction of macroeconomic instability index and human well-being, under-five survival rate
and income inequality are used for measuring social progress in Pakistan.
When the effect of age on survival rate
was examined, patients aged <65 years had high survival rates
New figures from Public Health Wales show improvements in both one-year and five-year survival rates
It was a similar picture for women, with Wales only beating England's survival rate
on bladder and lung cancers.
Except survival rate
, the growth of abant trout was significantly better in monoculture compared to duoculture.
By comparison, the one-year survival rate
in Sweden is 81%.