The overall survival rate, that is the percent of people who are expected to be alive 5 years after a diagnosis of stage 2 lung cancer is approximately 30 percent. For individuals with large tumors that have not yet spread to any lymph nodes, the survival rate may be somewhat higher.
Lung Cancer. 2005 Aug;49(2):181-6. Epub 2005 Apr 13. Prognosis of Stage II non-small cell lung cancer according to tumor and nodal status at diagnosis.
For the individual, lung cancer prognosis is dependent on the stage and type of lung. survival rate of lung cancer to be 17.7%, based on data from 2006-2012.2
First of all, finding lung cancer at stage II is terrific news, which should be received. 2- The other type NSCLC (Non small cell lung cancer) is mostly surgical .
We're only showing survival rates for patients who were diagnosed with stage I, stage II, stage III, and stage IV lung cancer. There were not enough patients who