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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.

Strategic Outreach & Affiliate Network Office
Clinical trials
Clinical trials

SCCA has one of the most active clinical trial programs in the world - providing new hope for our patients every day. The goal of clinical trials is to increase our knowledge about diseases and to develop safer, more effective treatments.

Provider blog
Provider blog

Oncology Insights is our provider blog designed for SCCA referring providers who bring world-class cancer care to their patients.

Provider education

SCCA provides symposiums, webinars and other educational programs about specific disease programs focusing on advancements to diagnostic techniques and treatment modalities. Our programs feature physician speakers from SCCA, Fred Hutch, UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s.

Subscribe to SCCA/UWMC clinical trial portfolios

  • Skin oncology research portfolio: Contact SLMskin@seattlecca.org
    • Monthly email communication includes PDF file of available clinical trials organized by disease setting for melanoma and Merkel cell carcinoma
  • GU oncology research portfolio: Contact SLMgu@seattlecca.org
    • Monthly email communication includes PDF files of available clinical trials organized by disease setting for prostate, bladder and kidney cancer
  • Breast, heme and heme malignancies: Subscribe to Oncology Insights
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SCCA Vendor Program

Become compliant with our new program and help us understand more about you. All existing and potential vendors are required to register in the system in order to continue or begin doing business with SCCA.

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MedCon
MedCon

For all other consults, please use our MEDCON service provided through the UW School of Medicine. The line is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. An operator will connect you with the appropriate expert, as all SCCA physicians are on the faculty of UW.

Phone: (800) 326-5300
Email: medcon@uw.edu

Provider blog
Provider blog

Oncology Insights is our provider blog designed for SCCA referring providers who bring world-class cancer care to their patients.

Imaging Request Form
Imaging Request Form

For all requests to receive imaging please fill out all required information on the form and your request will be processed by a member of our team.