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.
Rob Wilkinson had rising PSA levels and an eventual diagnosis of prostate cancer. After treatment, Rob says he's a better person as a result of having cancer.
Dr. Jim Conaty is a prostate cancer survivor, thanks to a clinical study for MDV3100 he was treated on under the guidance of SCCA's Dr. Celestia Higano.
In 1998, Bob Hamilton was diagnosed with Stage IV prostate cancer – it had metastasized to the bone. Read his story here.
Treated with antibiotics for a misdiagnosed infection, Drew Bouton learned he had prostate cancer and came to SCCA for treatment.
It was after a regular annual exam and PSA that Bob Feutz learned he had prostate cancer.
Earl Angevine was treated for his prostate cancer with surgery at Network member Skagit Valley Hospital as well as a clinical trial at SCCA.
Dedicated to getting annual exams since turning 40, Tabb Morgan was alarmed when his PSA results rose to 5.6 ng/mL.
John Booth was treated for his prostate cancer at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
Mike McKelheer received Lupron and external beam radiation therapy for his prostate cancer.