How long can you live with metastatic breast cancer in the liver? Median survival from liver metastases secondary to breast cancer is only a few months, with very rare 5-year survival.
What are the final stages of metastatic breast cancer?
Lung metastasis symptoms
- a dry cough that does not go away.
- trouble breathing or shortness of breath.
- coughing up blood and mucus.
- pain in the chest or lung area.
How long can you live with Stage 4 breast and liver cancer? Between 20 and 30 percent of women with early stage breast cancer go on to develop metastatic disease. While treatable, metastatic breast cancer (MBC) cannot be cured. The five-year survival rate for stage 4 breast cancer is 22 percent; median survival is three years. Annually, the disease takes 40,000 lives.
When cancer spreads to liver What is the prognosis? Liver metastases are cancerous tumors that have spread from one part of the body to the liver. In these cases, the person has stage 4, or advanced cancer. The outlook for liver metastases tends to be poor, with a 5-year survival rate of roughly 11%.