Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer



Lung cancer is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States. At Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI), we’re leading the way in lung cancer prevention and screening. For those diagnosed with lung cancer, we take a team approach to provide a comprehensive, integrated and highly personalized care experience.

Hear from Claudia, a patient whose lung cancer was detected early. Her treatment involved robotic surgery for removal of the upper right lobe of her lung, where the cancer was found.





Swedish Cancer Institute is a leader in lung cancer research, and we have treated more patients with this type of cancer than any other program in the state. Our doctors include dedicated oncologists whose only focus is treating cancer. We also offer advanced diagnostics that can detect lung cancers in their earliest stages, when they can be more effectively treated.


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Read about the surgeons, physicians, oncologists and others treating patients with lung cancer.   Learn about risk factors, prevention, screening, diagnosis and cancer staging.
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Read about surgeries, radiation therapy, chemotherapy and clinical trials for lung cancer.   Discover services that complement traditional medical care to treat the mind, body and spirit.


Appointments & Referrals


Thoracic Surgery: 206-215-6800


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Chemotherapy, Hormone Therapy and Biological Therapy

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To find a service, physician or location, please call 1-855-XCANCER.

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Network of Locations


Cancer services are provided at the Arnold Pavilion and at our locations in Ballard, Bellevue, Cherry Hill, Edmonds, Issaquah and Burien (Highline partnership).

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