Severe Aortic Stenosis Has a Worse Prognosis Than Many Metastatic Cancers2
Survival Rates For Severe Aortic Stenosis Compared To Metastatic Cancers [% = survival rate after 5 years]
Without aortic valve replacement, only a few people with the disease survive past 5 years. The good news is, there is hope and a less invasive treatment option available for severe aortic stenosis. If you are experiencing symptoms, or if you think you have severe aortic stenosis, talk to your doctor.