On average, how long do people with pancreatic cancer live?

Variable for stage. Pancreatic cancer is one of the most legal of all malignancies as most are diagnosed after they have spread. If among the fortunate approximately 15% that can have a pancreatic resection, up to 20% can have long-term cure but that is only 3% overall. If resected, but not cured, survival is usually less than 2 years. If the tumor has spread at the time of diagnosis, survival averages 6 months.
Survival by Stage. Stage 5-year relative survival stage ia: 37% stage ib 21% stage iia 12% stage iib 6% stage iii 2% stage iv 1%.