Outcomes Data for Hodgkin's Lymphoma
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At CTCA, we understand that everyone’s cancer journey is different. Yet, a common need for cancer patients and their families is information. Few hospitals or care facilities publish their treatment results, patient survival statistics, or information about the quality of life patients experience in their care. We understand that this information can help you make informed decisions about where to go for treatment.
Currently, CTCA publishes patient survival rate information for 10 cancers we treat. Although we have not yet compiled our results for Hodgkin's lymphoma, our cancer experts have treated numerous Hodgkin's lymphoma cases using our whole-person care model, including advanced technologies combined with supportive therapies.
Until we have such published CTCA results, we will continue to provide survival results for Hodgkin's lymphoma experienced at treatment centers in the U.S. generally. The following results were published in the National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) database:
1 Year Relative Survival Rates for 2005: 93.5%*
This information is taken directly from the National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) website, specifically from the annual SEER Cancer Statistics Review (CSR).
*Includes all races, males and females
*Survival rates are relative rates expressed as percents.
*Rates are from the SEER 9 areas (San Francisco, Connecticut, Detroit, Hawaii, Iowa, New Mexico, Seattle, Utah, and Atlanta).