Hope4Cancer Survival Rates

Numbers That Tell the Story

The odds of surviving a cancer diagnosis is a vital question that every patient faces. While most of us turn to statistical averages hoping for answers, there is unfortunately no such thing as a guaranteed cure for cancer (yet!). However, we still recognize the importance of providing our patients with transparent access to the cancer survival rates experienced in our care.

Accordingly, we contracted a research team from Cuba to conduct an on-site, retrospective analysis of our patient data. Still ongoing with an expected completion date in 2020, the data presented here is based on a report for the 2-year time frame between 2015 and 2017It’s important to note that Hope4Cancer doesn’t have the monitoring resources or a large enough patient data pool to produce statistics as robust as that of larger institutions like the U.S. National Cancer Institute. Please view the comparisons shown below with this consideration.

We’d like to clarify that our purpose in providing these statistics is only to give general guidance and transparency to our readers. Our intent is not to compare our statistical data with that available in the public domain. We do not conduct clinical trials at our centers and patients are not required to report their medical status, although we encourage them to. Therefore, there is a potential gray area related to patients who may have dropped out of communication during the study.


Hope4Cancer Clinic’s Cancer Survival Rates (All Cancers) and Comparison with NCI-SEER Data

Our study tracks the survival of 365 patients representing 41 different cancer types. 92% of the patients were diagnosed with Stage IV cancer at the start of their Hope4Cancer journey. Based on this study, our 2-year survival rate across all cancer types was found to be 78.9%.

As illustrated in Figure 1, The NCI-SEER database has much larger percentages of early-stage cancers representing a much more favorable average prognosis than our Hope4Cancer’s patient data set.  Most of our patients suffer from recurrent and treatment-resistant metastatic disease, under immune-suppressed conditions. Therefore, it is relevant to compare Hope4Cancer’s survival rates to those for Stage IV cancer patients only from the NCI-SEER database, and not the general averages across all stages.

Figure 1. Hope4Cancer admission stage demographics vs. data obtained from the NCI-SEER database.

The recent 5-year statistics from the NCI-SEER database shows that survival rates drop from 69% (all stages, all cancer types), to only 25% for Stage IV patients (all cancer types) (see Figure 2). Please note that NCI-SEER survival statistics do not account for recurrent cancers in their data (unfortunately, 2-year survival data for all cancer types at stage IV were not available for comparison to our 2-year data).

Figure 2. Chart showing the 5-year relative survival rate broken down by stage based on NCI-SEER data, demonstrating how rapidly the survival rates can fall for more advanced forms of cancer.

Comparison of Data by Cancer Site/Type

The following two tables compare our 1- or 2-year survival rates with 1- or 2-year survival data extracted from the NCI-SEER database for specific cancer types. In all cases, our survival data compares well with the NCI-SEER data. Please note that for some cancer type categories (especially those reported in Table 2), the number of patients treated was very small to provide a reasonable statistical representation.

What if my cancer is not listed? Please read the Frequently Asked Questions section below for your answer.

Table 1. Comparison of 1- and 2-year survival rates at Hope4Cancer with 2-year survival rates for Stage IV patients from the NCI-SEER database for selected cancer types.

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(By Location / Type)
1-Year Survival
2-Year Survival
2-Year Survival
(Stage IV)
Breast Cancer 90.8% 44%
Prostate Cancer 94.3% 43%
Lung Cancer 70.4% 36%
Melanoma 82.4% 40%
Colorectal Cancer 70% 31%
Ovarian Cancer 69% 43%
Pancreatic Cancer 56.3% 27%
Tonsil Cancer 100% 100% 91.5%
Cervical Cancer 100% 85.7% 34%
Stomach Cancer 80% 80% 24.7%
Liver Cancer 80% 80% 25.3%
Bladder Cancer 100% 77.8% 36%
Kidney Cancer 75% 75% 34.3%
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma 88.9% 66.7% 64.3%
Endometrial Cancer 88.9% 55.6% 33.2%


Table 2. Comparison of 1- and 2-year survival rates at Hope4Cancer with 1-year survival rates for patients from the NCI-SEER database (for all stages of cancer) for selected cancer types.

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Type of Cancer Hope4Cancer
1-Year Survival
2-Year Survival
1-Year Survival
(All Stages)
Vaginal Cancer 100% 100% 50%
Tongue Cancer 100% 100% 72.7%
Thyroid Cancer 100% 100% 90.8%
Thymic Cancer 100% 100% 45%
Throat Cancer 100% 100% 72.7%
Leukemia 100% 100% 53.8%
Laryngeal Cancer 100% 100% 84.1%
Esophageal Cancer 100% 100% 38.2%
Brain Cancer 100% 50% 40.2%
Multiple Myeloma 100% 33.3% 72.7%
Sarcomas 100% 100%
Salivary Gland Cancer 100% 100%
Pheochromocytoma 100% 100%
Bile Duct Cancer 100% 66.7%
Neuroendocrine Cancer 88.9% 33.3%


Quality of Life (QOL) Statistics

Many cancer patients are known to quit their treatments because of changes in their quality of life (QOL). In a study that included 464 lymph-node positive breast cancer patients, on a multiple chemotherapy protocol consisting of five drugs, scientists from the CDC and Harvard University showed that discontinuation of treatment was strongly correlated with a decline in quality of life. Studies on tamoxifen have reported early discontinuations ranging from 15 – 50% of patients taking the drug because of the combined side effects.

Our clinical experience has shown that most Hope4Cancer patients demonstrate a visibly improved quality of life after their treatment visit, which we attribute to the use of non-toxic, integrative therapies.

To quantify this observation, we conducted a quality of life assessment study using a standardized survey tool on 223 randomly selected patients with different cancer diagnoses. We found that over 70% of patients demonstrated sustained or improved quality of life in all four categories: physical (76%), emotional (82%), social (72%), and functional (78%) (See Figure 3). The benefit was even more marked when the subset of Stage IV cancer patients was separately evaluated.

Figure 3. Improvement in quality of life of patients following three weeks of therapy at Hope4Cancer Treatment Centers.


Looking Past the Numbers

Survival statistics gives us a measure of the average person going through an average therapeutic experience. That is why making smart choices can help you tilt the statistics in your favor. With the help of non-toxic cancer therapies, our goal is to help you overcome the odds that you may feel are stacked against you.

Among our patients, we constantly see living proof of people who are defying the odds every single day. They not only find their own healing but also become an inspiration – the substance of “hope” – to those who follow in their footsteps.

Need more answers? One of our patient counselors will be happy to assist you with your questions. Simply fill out the contact form or give us a call. Please also take the time to read through the Frequently Asked Questions below.


Frequently Asked Questions

Are Hope4Cancer’s Survival Rates Better or Comparable to Those From NCI-SEER and other large patient databases?

Since our data sets were not collected through similar methods they cannot be easily compared. However, our data provides a qualitative outlook of performance that you might be able to expect if you were to choose to become a Hope4Cancer patient. Our integrative treatments are non-toxic and restorative, which have been found to be beneficial to our patient outcomes. However, we do believe that a patient needs to make their own decision on the best approach for their therapies.

What if My Cancer is Not Listed in Tables 1 or 2?

The cancers listed in the table are based on the cancers we treated in our 2015 – 2017 data set. If your cancer is not listed, it does not mean that we do not treat your cancer or have not had success with its treatment.

In addition, our treatment philosophy considers the necessity of altering the state of the tumor microenvironment and stabilize the body’s bioregulatory mechanisms as part of the treatment process, which is a common factor to treat most cancers.

I have early-stage cancer (Stage I/Stage II). Would it be better for me to seek chemotherapy/radiation first?

We believe that everyone’s treatment choice is a personal decision worth respecting. From our experience, the earlier you approach us, the better your chances of success. We encourage you to weigh the consequences of treatment side effects on your long-term wellbeing. If you have any questions, please feel free to request a free consultation with one of our patient counselors.

Do you not recommend chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery at all?

We prefer the use of non-toxic therapies and recommend chemotherapy and radiation only in limited cases.


Useful References:

  1. Morgan, G., R. Ward, and M. Barton, The contribution of cytotoxic chemotherapy to 5-year survival in adult malignancies. Clin Oncol (R Coll Radiol), 2004. 16(8): p. 549-60.
  2. Sulciner, M.L., et al., Resolvins suppress tumor growth and enhance cancer therapy. J Exp Med, 2018. 215(1): p. 115-140.
  3. Lagadec, C., et al., Radiation-induced reprogramming of breast cancer cells. Stem Cells, 2012. 30(5): p. 833-44.
  4. Lagadec, C., et al., Radiation-induced Notch signaling in breast cancer stem cells. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys, 2013. 87(3): p. 609-18.
  5. Sun, Y., et al., Treatment-induced damage to the tumor microenvironment promotes prostate cancer therapy resistance through WNT16B. Nat Med, 2012. 18(9): p. 1359-68.
  6. Chidambaram, R., Cell-based immunotherapy in stage IIIA inflammatory breast cancer with declining innate immunity following successive chemotherapies: A case report. Mol Clin Oncol, 2017. 7:p. 493-497.


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