The American Cancer Society offers an innovative patient-assistance program called the American Cancer Society Patient Navigator.
Genetic counseling and testing at the Swedish Cancer Institute can help determine your risk and your family members' risks for developing hereditary cancers.
The American Cancer Society estimated there would be nearly 1.7 million new diagnoses of cancer in 2016.
Treating Cancer With Surgery Depending on the type and stage of cancer, surgery is common and often the first form of cancer treatment.
At Swedish, cancer care is designed to meet all your needs, from diagnostic testing and treatment to managing symptoms and side effects.
At the Swedish Cancer Institute, patients and their families have access to a range of psychosocial services.
The High-Risk Breast and Ovarian Cancer Program is dedicated to identifying individuals who are at high risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer.
Naturally occurring hormones can cause some types of cancer cells to grow.
Nutrition Counseling Cancer treatment can have a profound impact on a patient’s appetite and eating habits.
When you finish treatment for cancer, the survivorship team is available to provide support that complements your ongoing care with your oncologist.
As a Seattle-area leader in diagnosis, the Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI) cancer care network offers services to help you fight cancer. Our team includes a host of oncologists, using medication, radiation and other therapies.
Introducing a cancer center that gives women every possible advantage It’s no secret that women and men are, in a word, different.