Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)

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Newly Diagnosed ALL? What You Should Know

If you or someone you know has recently been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), you’re probably thinking hard about what to do next. Educating yourself about cancer and understanding the treatment options that are explained on these pages are good places to start. However, your most important decision is selecting where to get treatment.

Studies have shown that the first treatment you receive for cancer is by far the most important. That’s why your first choice in a treatment center needs to be the right one.

  • Patients who begin their treatment at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) often have better outcomes than those who started treatment elsewhere.
  • Everything you need is right here, including medical oncologists and hematologists who specialize in ALL; the most advanced diagnostic, treatment, and recovery programs; and extensive support to help you cope with your cancer.
  • SCCA is a world leader in leukemia research. Doctors at our founding organizations pioneered one of the most effective treatments for leukemia—the bone marrow transplant—and are advancing new treatments every day. SCCA patients have access to the best standard of care available as well as advanced therapies and treatments being explored in some of the many ongoing clinical studies being conducted for leukemia.

Get Collaborative Care

At SCCA we view treatment as a collaborative effort. Your doctors will discuss all your options and recommend a treatment plan based on your type of cancer and how it has progressed. We’ll also consider your general health, lifestyle, and personal preferences. Once you’ve decided on a treatment plan, your team will continue to work closely with you throughout your care, both during treatment and afterward with follow-up visits.