Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) is a nationally recognized treatment center that provides advanced therapies and clinical trials for cancers and other blood disorders. SCCA unites the doctors and technology from Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, UW Medicine and Seattle Children's and provides a variety of resources for community doctors and other healthcare professionals.
News and updates
This blog is designed for SCCA referring providers who bring world-class cancer care to their patients. Current topics include how SCCA is navigating COVID-19 while continuing to care for our patients.
Why is it important to discuss breast density with your patient?
As of January 1, 2019, Washington state law will mandate that women be notified if they have dense breast tissue on a screening mammogram. Learn more.
Four reasons more patients are eligible for transplant than ever before
Approximately 50 percent of patients eligible for transplant aren't being considered. Read more.
Three important considerations for your lymphoma patients
SCCA providers continue to be at the forefront of the latest research, clinical trials and FDA-approved therapies for lymphoma. Read more.
Doc-to-Doc Phone Consultation
MEDCON is a toll-free education and referral service of the University of Washington School of Medicine and its primary teaching hospitals. All physicians who practice at SCCA are on the Faculty at UW Medicine and are available for consult via MEDCON.
U-Link for Referring Physicians
To ensure that referring providers and their support staff are able to stay connected to their patients, SCCA offers access to their medical records through U-Link.
Continuing Medical Education
SCCA provides educational symposiums targeting specific diseases programs featuring physician speakers from our alliance partners at Fred Hutch, UW Medicine and Seattle Children's.
SCCA Network Members
The SCCA Network provides community-based physicians throughout the Pacific Northwest with access to the latest cancer diagnostic and treatment information.