Patient StoriesA 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 SCCA so that we may share them with you.
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Beverly ‘Sunshine’ Pegues had been diagnosed with lung cancer. A run of unsatisfactory treatment brought her to SCCA in 2011.
Bridgette Hempstead shares her story of being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer and finding community.
Irene was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer and has been an SCCA patient since 2013.
Steve Lovell is a patient in the SCCA Long Term Follow Up Program. He was diagnosed with MDS and underwent a stem cell transplant in 2010.
Warren Bailey was diagnosed with rare leiomyosarcoma and traveled to SCCA from Anchorage for treatment.
When Sonja was diagnosed with endometrial cancer, she came to SCCA for treatment. “My surgery experience at UW Medical Center was great,” Sonja says. “Dr. Barbara Goff is one of the nation’s leading gynecologic oncologists. We are so lucky to have her in Seattle.”
Diagnosed with melanoma at age 52, Kathy Sparks' life-saving treatment was discovered in a clinical research study.