These data were also graphed to further illustrate the relationship between estimated life expectancy and survival time, to determine if physicians were more likely to underestimate life expectancy as survival time increased.
What does ELE stand for?
ELE stands for Estimated Life Expectancy
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KABUL (PAN): The estimated life expectancy both for women and men in Afghanistan has increased considerably to 62-64 years, finds the first comprehensive national mortality survey.
In 2010, the NCCN prostate cancer guidelines recommended active surveillance as the only option for men with low-risk prostate cancer who had an estimated life expectancy less than 10 years and for men with very-low-risk prostate cancer (a newly defined patient subset) with a life expectancy less than 20 years, said Dr.
Under a range of assumptions about drug costs, the efficacy of therapy and the availability of a fusion inhibitor (a drug that prevents HIV from entering healthy cells), the current estimated life expectancy varied from 21 to 25 years, and discounted lifetime cost varied from about $330,000 to $400,000.
But because of his age and various illnesses Thomas agreed to three years, Sylvestre's estimated life expectancy.
On the issue of underwriting alone, Crane said Deutsche Bank has calculated that more than two-thirds of the time, purchased policies are based on an estimated life expectancy that is less than the actual life expectancy, meaning buyers of those policies would have overpaid.
These records are then provided to a review company that specializes in viatical and life settlement mortality profiles for a determination of an estimated life expectancy.
The estimated life expectancy for newborn Scots is 78.