True Family Women's Cancer Center

True Family Women's Cancer Center

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Introducing a cancer center that gives women every possible advantage.

It’s no secret that women and men are, in a word, different.

A woman’s physiology is different from a man’s. So, too, is her body’s response to cancer, chemotherapy, radiation and other treatments.

Women have different emotional needs and communication styles. And because women have many roles in the lives of their loved ones, a cancer diagnosis extends beyond the patient to touch all those close to her.

All the things that make women wonderfully unique are why we opened the True Family Women’s Cancer Center. Our specialists focus exclusively on treating women with cancer, and the True Center offers a tremendous number of ways to give emotional support to women and their families.

There are other differences here; some large, some small. But taken together, they all serve one purpose: to give women every possible advantage and then some.


Appointments & Referrals

Phone: 1-855-TRUECTR (1-855-8783287) or 206-215-5900.


Contact Information

True Family Women's Cancer Center
1221 Madison St.
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 1-(855)-TRUECTR (1-855-8783287) or (206) 215-5900
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Network of Locations

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


Made Possible by Very Generous Donations

The True Family Women’s Cancer Center was funded entirely by contributions from thousands of community members. Find out how you can join them in supporting the True Center.

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