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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Randall Broad wasn’t a smoker, but he got lung cancer anyway. After life-saving treatment at SCCA, he’s now working to educate others about lung cancer.
Ken West lives comfortably with sickle cell disease, thanks to his healthcare team at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
Julie Stark received life-saving treatment for melanoma at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
Walter Harp is an ALL survivor, thanks to a bone marrow transplant at SCCA.
Due to a strong family history, Frank Shinoda was able to treat his pancreas cancer at an early stage at SCCA.
Miggie Olsson had been chasing symptoms for years and was eventually treated and cured of pancreas cancer at SCCA.
Dan Berglund is a pancreas cancer survivor.
Tammy comes to SCCA's Women's Wellness Clinic for all of her follow-up visits.
In 1998, Bob Hamilton was diagnosed with Stage IV prostate cancer – it had metastasized to the bone. “It was the worst kind you can get."
With no family history for cancer, Todd Lovern was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer, with metastasis to his liver, at age 48. Read his heroic story here.