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Prognosis

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Almost two-thirds (63%) of women diagnosed with cervical cancer in England and Wales survive their disease for ten years or more (2010-11)

Around two-thirds (67%) of women diagnosed with cervical cancer in England and Wales survive their disease for five years or more (2010-11)

More than 8 in 10 (83%) women diagnosed with cervical cancer in England and Wales survive their disease for one year or more (2010-11)

Cervical cancer survival in England is highest for women diagnosed aged under 40 years old (2009-2013)

Around 9 in 10 women in England diagnosed with cervical cancer aged 15-39 survive their disease for five years or more, compared with around a quarter of women diagnosed aged 80 and over (2009-2013)

Cervical cancer survival is improving and has increased in the last 40 years in the UK.

When diagnosed at its earliest stage, around 95% of women with cervical cancer will survive their disease for five years or more, compared with 5 in 100 of women when diagnosed at the latest stage

 

 

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