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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 rate for whites diagnosed with cancer between 1977 and 1983 was calculated as 49.
Cancer Research UK said that five-year survival rates for womb cancer now stood at 77% - up 16% in the past 30 years.
For example, the five-year survival rate for someone with advanced stage ovarian cancer is 10 percent to 20 percent, Gelder said.
But in children like David with acute lymphocytic leukemia, the five-year survival rate has increased from 53 percent to 78 percent, officials said.
The expected five-year survival rate for all patients in whom lung cancer is diagnosed is 15 percent; and by contrast, the five-year survival rate for cases detected when the disease is still localized is 50 percent.
In the current study that added IOERT, the five-year survival rate was 56%, and more than 90% of the patients achieved local control of their disease.
Bladder tumors detected early when they are non-muscle invasive are very treatable, and the five-year survival rate is 95%.
OvaRex(R) MAb represents a potential new standard of care for ovarian cancer patients who endure a five-year survival rate of only 31%.
However, with early detection, oral cancer has an 80 percent five-year survival rate, according to the American Cancer Society.