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The Fred Hutch Bone Marrow Transplant Program at SCCA

 is one of just 15 stem cell transplant programs nationwide that outperformed its expected one-year survival rate for patients undergoing allogeneic transplants, according to the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research (CIBMTR). Read more.

SCCA and the Affordable Care Act:

 SCCA supports the goals of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to make insurance coverage more secure and universal. Unfortunately, when it comes to accessing quality cancer care, many consumers seeking insurance through Washington Healthplanfinder will not have coverage for cancer treatment at SCCA. Learn more about navigating your care options.

SCCA News

June 19, 2015

Listed below are clinical trials that have opened at SCCA in the last several weeks. These trials are looking at new treatments for patients with late stage III or IV lung cancer, mesothelioma, stage III or IV breast cancer, oropharynx cancer, and T-cell lymphoma. Read more.

May 27, 2015

Last week SCCA awarded three junior nursing students with the first ever Future of Oncology Nursing Scholarship. SCCA is striving to create a center of excellence in oncology nursing, and this new scholarship program is intended to inspire local nursing students to pursue a career in oncology. Read more.

April 14, 2015

Earlier today, Rita Wilson disclosed to People Magazine in an exclusive statement that she has been recently diagnosed with breast cancer and has undergone bilateral mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. This this post, SCCA’s Dr. VK Gadi provides a detailed discussion of Ms. Wilson’s underlying condition-– LCIS (lobular carcinoma in situ)-–and what treatment options should be considered for women with this condition. Read more.

March 11, 2015

Today cancer patients have more treatment options than ever before. We see this every day at SCCA, where there’s a dramatic increase in the pace of innovation. View the progress that we’re making in this year’s annual report. Read more.

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EvergreenHealth and SCCA have partnered to provide superior cancer care.

EvergreenHealth and SCCA have partnered to provide superior cancer care within Halvorson Cancer Center in Kirkland. Learn more

On average, patients treated by SCCA have better survival rates.

On average, patients treated by SCCA have better survival rates. Learn more

Find a Network Member Doctor or Hospital in your community.

The SCCA Network provides community-based physicians with access to the latest cancer diagnostic and treatment information. Learn More