A serious health condition may make you feel like you’re all alone. But you’re not. Over the years, many of our patients have shared their stories with us at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance so that we may share them with you.
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Anna Robinson is an acute myeloid leukemia survivor after two bone marrow transplants.
Madysen Pablo is an SCID survivor, after receiving a bone marrow transplant at SCCA.
Little Scarlet Anderson was treated with a bone marrow transplant for SCID and is cured of her disease.
Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome survivor Zachary Bratcher.
Treated on a clinical trial, Richard Warburton lives with chronic lymphocytic leukemia—and expects to for many years to come.
Austin Anderson received a bone marrow transplant for X-linked hyper IgM, a very rare genetic condition that was passed on from his mother.
Debra Jarvis never felt a lump. Her breast cancer was found after a routine annual mammogram.
Diagnosed with early stage breast cancer, Camille had a lumpectomy and received breast brachytherapy at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Today she volunteers in many ways to give back to others at SCCA.
Moon Wong was completely surprised to learn he had stage IV colon cancer after a routine colonoscopy.
Without any warning signs or symptoms, Barbara Crummins’s diagnosis of stage IV colon cancer (involving part of her liver, and 13 lymph nodes) came as a complete surprise. She is doing great today after being treated at SCCA.