You are at the center of everything we do at the Colorectal Cancer Specialty Clinic at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA). Here, we surround you with a team of specialists who work together closely to provide expertly targeted, complete care and compassionate support throughout your treatment and beyond.
We guide you every step of the way, combining our deep clinical expertise in colorectal cancer with a commitment to meet your unique needs.
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Why choose SCCA for rectal cancer treatment?
Experienced colorectal cancer specialists
SCCA patients receive state-of-the-art care, from accurate diagnosis and staging to the latest treatments, from some of the world’s leading doctors. In fact, our doctors help define the national standards for colorectal cancer care. We treat many patients with nonmetastatic rectal cancer as well as a large number of people with metastatic disease.
Comprehensive rectal cancer treatment
Our doctors are experts in the full spectrum of treatments rectal cancer may require. Based on the unique characteristics of your tumor, your team may recommend radiation therapy, chemotherapy, surgery or targeted therapy, all available here.
Rectal cancer clinical trials
To give you access to the most innovative therapies, SCCA unites the leading researchers and cancer specialists of Fred Hutch and UW Medicine so you can take part in colorectal cancer clinical studies not available everywhere.
Where you're treated first matters most
Studies have shown that patients evaluated and treated at a multidisciplinary cancer center, like SCCA, have better outcomes and that the first treatment you receive for cancer is by far the most important. Patients who begin treatment at SCCA often have better outcomes than those who started treatment elsewhere.
A national leader in cancer care
SCCA is the leading cancer treatment center in the region and among the top nationally, according to U.S. News & World Report.
NCI comprehensive cancer center
We are a comprehensive cancer center, a designation from the National Cancer Institute that reflects our scientific leadership and the depth and breadth of our research to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer.