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Synonyms for rate

Synonyms for rate

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to acquire as a result of one's behavior or effort

to reprimand loudly or harshly

Synonyms for rate

a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit

a quantity or amount or measure considered as a proportion of another quantity or amount or measure

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be worthy of or have a certain rating

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estimate the value of

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Among 34 patients with early-stage squamous-cell and adenocarcinoma lung cancers, the immunotherapy increased five-year survival rates to between 53 and 75 percent, depending on how the vaccine was given after surgery, compared with 33 percent in those treated with surgery alone.
The five-year survival rates are projected to drop from 15.
The five-year survival rate for whites diagnosed with cancer between 1977 and 1983 was calculated as 49.
Five-Year Survival Rate -- GRADE: F Only 16 percent of those diagnosed live longer than five years.
Cancer Research UK said that five-year survival rates for womb cancer now stood at 77% - up 16% in the past 30 years.
The study, partly funded by Cancer Research UK and published in the British Journal of Cancer, looked at five-year survival rates in 2.
Patients diagnosed with metastatic disease have five-year survival rates of only about three percent.
The report says services have improved since 2010 with one and five-year survival rates up 69% and 49% respectively.
Five-year survival rates for breast, lung, prostate and colon cancer have risen, a round-up from the Office for National Statistics showed.
The United States, Australia, Canada, France, and Japan had the highest five-year survival rates, whereas Algeria had the worst.
The five-year survival rates for the two procedures are about the same, except for patients with diabetes.
One-year and five-year survival rates after transplantation among patients who had received a TAH-t as a bridge to human heart transplant were 86 and 64 percent.
Past studies indicate that when the disease is detected in an early, localized stage and can be removed surgically the five-year survival rates can reach 85 percent.
Overall, one-year and five-year survival rates among men were lower in the Spearhead PCTs for each of the seven cancers examined by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).