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What is the leukemia survival rate?

Survival rates are generally better for children and adolescents. Children younger than 15 with acute myeloid leukemia have a five-year survival rate of 64.8 percent. Children younger than 5 with acute lymphoblastic leukemia denote a survival rate of 92.6 percent, and children younger than 15 delineate a survival rate of 91.7 percent, according to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Sources: lls.org, cancer.org, cancer.org

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