'You can still swim': SCCA helps a bladder cancer patient and synchronized swimmer get back in the pool
Terrie Asplund and her synchronized swimming team.
When a synchronized swimmer was diagnosed with bladder cancer and told she'd have to give up swimming, she came to SCCA to explore her options. She's now back in the pool.
Angie Downs doesn’t like asking people for money. But she doesn’t like having lung cancer either.
Treating cancer can be draining work. Staff at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance got to hear how much their commitment to patients matters, during a patient “gratitude panel” organized by Patient Experience.