Swedish Cancer Institute

Care That’s Personalized for You

At the Swedish Cancer Institute, our team works in a collaborative environment to focus on you—not your disease. We fight cancer using every available tool — from the rapidly developing science of gene sequencing to innovative treatments and therapies to the compassionate caring and support you and your loved ones deserve. 

We call this approach personalized medicine.

Experience and Expertise You Can Trust

The Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI) utilizes a team of providers focused exclusively on cancer care, from diagnosis to treatment to survivorship. We’ve been a Seattle-area leader in innovative cancer diagnosis, treatment and recovery since 1932. 

Our specialists have helped develop screening tests, technologies and therapies that are now helping cancer patients around the world. We’ve cared for more patients than any other cancer center in the Northwest.


Personalized Medicine

We combine the newest, most advanced science with extraordinary medicine and patient-focused care in order to customize your treatment.

Leading Research

The Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI) is one of the leading clinical trial sites in the western United States. A clinical trial could be one part of your personalized treatment plan. 

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  • Creative expression programs

    Art Therapy: An Approach for Healing Art therapy is a combination of counseling and expressive arts and can help you reduce stress, increase self-awareness, explore feelings and build positive coping skills. Sessions are...

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  • Spreading the music love: Swedish Music Therapy Program expands

    Swedish is pleased to announce the expansion of the music therapy (MT) program at the Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI) and the Swedish Multiple Sclerosis Center (MS Center). In October 2016, the Wilson Trust Music Therapy...

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  • Coping with cancer

    For those with cancer, treatment is often about survival. However, it is imperative to maintain the highest quality of life possible during this difficult experience. Thirty-three percent of cancer patients experience...

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