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The five-year survival rate for glioblastoma patients is only 6.9 percent, and the average length of survival for glioblastoma patients is estimated to be only 8 months.
Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is the most common and aggressive primary intracranial tumor. Despite modern therapies, it is still fatal with tremendously poor prognosis with a median survival of 14 months.
Peart, best known as the drummer and lyricist of the iconic rock band Rush, died at 67 after a three-year battle with the disease. Known medically as glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), the cancer has also claimed the lives of senators Ted Kennedy and John McCain, actors Robert Forster and Tim Conway, as well as Beau Biden.
The 5-year relative survival rate for people younger than age 15 is about 75%. For people age 15 to 39, the 5-year relative survival rate nears 72%. The 5-year relative survival rate for people age 40 and older is 21%. Experts measure relative survival rate statistics for a brain tumor every 5 years.
Yes, if you are diagnosed with a brain tumor and it impacts your ability to work on a daily basis, then you could receive Social Security Disability benefits. This is particularly true if your tumor is cancerous. Many cancers qualify for benefits, and some brain cancers can even automatically qualify disability.
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Long-Term Glioblastoma Survival The voices of long-term survivors are often less widely heard. Although the average life expectancy after diagnosis is 14 to 16 months, approximately 1% of patients survive at least 10 years. Currently, the longest anyone has survived a glioblastoma is more than 20 years and counting.
Although there is no cure for glioblastoma, patients with this malignancy have many treatment options available to them.
There are some exceptional cases when people have survived decades after surgical removal of a glioblastoma without any recurrence. We report a case of a 44 year-old man operated for a glioblastoma. 22 years after surgery the patient has no recurrence of the tumor.

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