Ochsner Cancer Institute: Cancer Survival Outcomes

5-Year Cancer Survival

Decisions about cancer care are complex and difficult.  Every case is unique and decisions should be made in careful consultation with your doctor, who can help you navigate the complex information.

Cancer survival statistics are based on historical data and may not reflect current cancer treatment options.  Every cancer patient is unique and outcomes will vary based on individual circumstances, disease progression, general health and response to treatment. Ochsner Cancer Institute provides information for 14 of the most common cancers we treat. 

We will work with you to clearly define your medical condition, outline the best course of treatment for you, as well as outlining the many treatment options available to you.  Our staff will answer any questions and work with you to schedule tests, procedures and treatments so you can focus on your health. 

Explanation of 5-Year Cancer Survival data:  The charts below reflect 5-year cancer survival rates for adult patients (18 years and above) who were diagnosed and receive at least part of their cancer treatment at Ochsner Cancer Institute. The Ochsner data is from 2003 – 2012.  The data from the National Cancer Data Base (American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer) is from 2003 – 2006.

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Liver Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Liver Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Laryngeal Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Prostate Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Breast Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Pancreatic Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Espohageal Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Kidney Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Gastric Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Lymphoma Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Rectal Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Bladder Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner

Melanoma Cancer Survival Rates, Ochsner