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Table 2 Life tables depicting overall survival at 1, 3, and 5 years

From: The occurrence of hyponatremia and its importance as a prognostic factor in a cross-section of cancer patients

Cancer type 1 year 3 year 5 year
OS, % All HN No HN All HN No HN All HN No HN
All cancer types 81 64 87 72 49 81 69 45 79
Breast cancer 98 95 99 97 92 97 94 89 95
Colorectal cancer 86 79 90 73 65 78 68 56 76
 Colon cancer 85 78 88 69 62 72 63 53a 72
 Rectal cancer 87 80 92 81 68 89 75 62a 85a
Lung cancer 45 39 51 22 16 29 17 11a 24
 Non-small cell 49 39 56 26 18 32 19 12a 27
 Small cell 30 40 18a 6a 6a 8a 6a 6a 8a
Lymphoma 87 79 92 84 71 91 82 67 91
 Hodgkins 100 100a 100 96 88a 100 96a 88a 100a
 Non-Hodgkins 85 76 91 82 68 89 80 64 89
  1. Abbreviation: HN hyponatremia
  2. aEffective sample size for the year in question is ≤10 patients