Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) offers a full range of services to support your general wellness, manage side affects, maintain a supportive diet, and much more.
Most patients will experience some side effects from their treatment, but great progress has been made in treating or minimizing many of them. This section is a guide to the most common side effects and how to manage them.
SCCA wants to prevent the spread of colds and flu. We ask that our patients and caregivers, as well as staff, avoid coming into the clinic with cold and flu symptoms until their symptoms have significantly improved.
The nutritionists at SCCA offer reliable and accurate advice, classes, and information about food and nutrition to support your health and recovery during and after cancer treatment. We will help your medical team and you understand scientific findings about the connections between food, specific nutrients, and health.
The Women’s Wellness Clinic at SCCA offers wellness-focused follow-up care for women who have completed cancer treatment for breast cancer or a gynecological cancer.