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Vaginal Cancer

Survivability of Vaginal Cancer

The prognosis for vaginal cancer generally depends on how early the disease is detected and treatment begins.

The survivability of Stage I vaginal cancer is excellent—84 percent of women will live at least five years, according to the National Cancer Institute. Stage II vaginal cancer’s survival rate is good as well, as 75 percent of women can expect to live five years. By Stages III and IV, however, the prognosis is less favorable: the five-year survivability rate is 57 percent. 

Locations for Vaginal Cancer