Today, women facing breast cancer have more treatment options than they did even a few years ago.
At Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) our breast cancer experts understand that every woman’s cancer is different, as are her genetics, lifestyle, and personal preferences. We work together as a team to design an individualized treatment plan specifically for you—using the most advanced therapies—and to surround you with the support you need.
- Your SCCA breast surgeon, radiation oncologist, and medical oncologist are UW Medicine doctors who specialize exclusively in breast cancer and have extensive experience with every type, grade, and stage of the disease.
- To formulate your personal treatment plan, your team members meet in the same room to share their expertise.
- Based on your unique needs, we combine and coordinate treatments—surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormonal therapies, and targeted biological therapies—to achieve the best results for you, including if you have metastatic breast cancer.
- Along with using the most effective surgical techniques, radiotherapy technologies, and anti-cancer drugs, SCCA offers innovative treatment approaches through clinical trials testing promising options.
- For medical and emotional support, we connect you with a range of resources, like nutritionists, physical therapists, social workers, chaplains, and palliative care specialists who care for you alongside your oncology team.
- Nearly all breast cancer survivors can look forward to a long life after their treatment is complete. You’ll receive follow-up care to monitor your healing, watch for signs of possible recurrence, and enhance your well-being through our Women’s Wellness Clinic.
Make an Appointment
We know breast cancer treatment can be physically demanding as well as emotionally overwhelming. Everything we do here at SCCA is designed to not only fight your disease but also to give you the strength and hope to thrive.
Call (855) 557-0555 to make an appointment, refer a patient, or learn more about breast cancer care at SCCA.