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Patient with stage 4 pancreatic cancer shatters clinical trial records
The Providence Regional Cancer System sets new standards of success for pancreatic cancer clinical research program.
What happens after your child is diagnosed with cancer?
Providence Sacred Heart Hospital provides holistic care and support programs for children with cancer and their loved ones.
CAR T-cell therapy for advanced kidney cancer
Providence Cancer Institute to open new clinical study of CAR T-cell therapy to people with clear cell renal cell carcinoma, the most common type of kidney cancer.
Cancer nutrition myths: Separating fact from fiction
A Providence registered dietitian discusses common cancer nutrition myths and whether certain foods affect your cancer prognosis.
Providence gynecologic oncology specialists save lives, create connections
Gynecologic oncology specialists at Providence helped Amy beat ovarian cancer and encouraged her to accomplish things she’d never dreamed of.
At the forefront of oncology: How Providence is changing the game
Comprehensive genomic profiling is driving innovation and changing diagnostics across Providence's 51-hospital system.
Coping with Diverticulitis
Learn about diverticular disease and how colorectal surgery from Providence helped one diverticulitis patient eliminate the pain she'd lived with for months.
First-in-human immune therapy study for multiple myeloma
First-in-human immune therapy study at Providence Cancer Institute will assess the safety and effectiveness of talquetamab as a potential treatment for cancerous plasma cells known as multiple myeloma
The power of Genomics: A conversation with Dr. Ora Gordon
Dr. Gordon of Providence offers an expert perspective on how genomics and genetics are driving the future of personalized care. Learn more.
Eating to combat cancer: The Providence Thrivorship program
Learn how the Providence Thrivorship program offers one-on-one counseling and free classes on holistic wellness and nutrition.
Federal grant fuels research in harnessing micro-organisms for cancer immunotherapy
Providence researchers awarded funding from National Cancer Institute to study “Bugs as Drugs.”
Finding the strength to seek care during the pandemic
Getting regular health screenings is critical for early diagnosis and treatment even during a pandemic.
Maintain a healthy gut: Three reasons to see a gastroenterologist
Maintaining gut heath is important for overall well-being as well as colon cancer prevention.
Providence first in Pacific NW to achieve national accreditation for Rectal Cancer Program
Providence Cancer Institute’s Rectal Cancer Program among the first 25 in the nation to earn accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer.
Can photo-immunotherapy improve outcomes in advanced solid tumors?
Providence Cancer Institute to offer a new phase I/II study of a first-in-class photoimmunotherapy for solid tumors that overexpress the epidermal growth factor receptor protein.
The Whipple robotic procedure: A surgeon’s story to help pancreatic cancer patients
Providence's Dr. Abbass uses robotics to perform surgeries like the Whipple procedure to help pancreatic cancer patients get back to life. Learn more.
Harnessing faith and gratitude to combat advanced-stage colorectal cancer
Peter Chung, an energetic 42-year-old, never imagined he would be dealing with a cancer diagnosis at such a young age.
Providence cancer research featured at global oncology conference
Researchers at the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, a division of Providence Cancer Institute, will join oncology professionals around the world for the 2021 ASCO Annual Virtual Conference.
Neuroscience expertise expands in Everett
New technology and neurosurgery expertise available 24/7
Dr. Walter Urba shares his personal path to Providence
Immunology leader Dr. Walter Urba talks about his healthcare journey and how Providence is defining the future of personalized care.
World-class cancer care close to home
Learn how Providence’s partnership with City of Hope helped a patient reduce his commute and spend more time doing what he loves.
Phase II study of neoadjuvant combination therapy for ovarian cancer
Providence Cancer Institute to offer phase II clinical trial of neoadjuvant chemotherapy plus immunotherapy for patients with advanced epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube, or primary peritoneal cancer.
Defining the future of personalized care with genomics
Providence's Amy Compton-Phillips breaks down how genomics is helping to chart the future of personalized care. Learn more.
Protect yourself from advanced lung cancer
Low-dose CT screening offers reassurance to people at high risk for the disease.
Studying Disparities in Breast Cancer Screening
With funding from the Kuni Foundation, the Center for Outcomes Research & Education (CORE) will investigate disparities in breast cancer screening rates.
Integrative cancer care: Perspectives from unsung heroes
A dietitian and a physical therapist share their experiences in helping patients finish cancer. Learn more.
Neoadjuvant combination therapy for triple-negative breast cancer
A phase II, investigator-initiated clinical trial at Providence Cancer Institute aims to improve survival for patients with triple-negative breast cancer. The trial is available only at Providence.
Reaching more women: A story of healing after gynecologic cancer
When a woman discovers she has ovarian, uterine or another gynecologic cancer, she needs every source of help to heal. Providence Holy Cross Medical Center and City of Hope offer comprehensive care.
Preventing Death from Colorectal Cancer
Anton J. Bilchik, MD, PhD at Providence Saint John’s explains why timely colorectal cancer screening is important.
Providence researchers demonstrate antibodies to COVID-19 in breast milk of mothers following vaccination
Learn about a potential immune benefit for infants from lactating mothers who have received a COVID-19 vaccine.