Stories of Women’s Wellness Survivors
Stories from people who have received care from the Women’s Wellness Clinic at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA).
“The doctors at SCCA go the extra mile,” Diane says. “They go above and beyond what I might receive at other places.”
Rebecca Seago-Coyle set a goal to participate in 12 sporting events in one year. In the midst of achieving that goal, she faced a surprising breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 35. She made her goal and beat cancer thanks to SCCA.
Vickie Grams came to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance after she lost confidence in her doctor for misdiagnosing her inflammatory breast cancer. Treated with chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation, Vickie has been cancer-free since 2004 and she now gets annual screenings at the SCCA Women’s Wellness Clinic.
Tammy comes to SCCA's Women's Wellness Clinic for all of her follow-up visits.
Elizabeth Akiyoshi had stage IIIA breast cancer in her early 50s. Thanks to SCCA, she is now a survivor.