Expert Tips and Cancer Resources
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Celebrating and Supporting Cancer Survivors
Portland painter credits the support of Providence providers and creating art for helping her recover and heal from breast cancer and the loss of her mother.
Providence medical experts offer the most updated information about research and treatment options for breast and pancreatic cancer patients in two free virtual talks for patients and caregivers.
New investigator-initiated trial at Providence to evaluate a triple combination of medications for treating melanoma, and two new studies evaluating medication combinations to treat AML.
Providence researchers awarded an R21 grant from the National Institutes of Health which provides funding for projects with potential to significantly advance biomedical research.
A free virtual online class hosted by Providence Cancer Institute will highlight what to eat during cancer treatments, how to manage side effects and how to speed healing.
Using the Xoft system offers innovative cancer therapy: quicker treatment with better results—and most importantly—less disruption to your busy life.
Women need different health care services than men. Providence has comprehensive women’s health services to help you at any age. Learn more.
A cancer expert at Providence shares his tips for lowering your risk for skin cancer all year long — and especially this summer.
Twin sisters Kerrie and Kristine face breast cancer and a genetic risk of stomach cancer together.
Physician scientist Sasha Stanton, M.D., Ph.D., shares her career journey to medical oncology and breast cancer research at Providence Cancer Institute.
Cancer survivor Jeff Newell shares his experiences as a volunteer at Providence Cancer Institute and how he uses his own cancer journey to impart hope to others.
The Kadlec Tri-Cities Cancer Center team has earned a perfect accreditation survey to retain the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI) Certification.
Studies open at Providence Cancer Institute in Oregon for patients with head and neck cancer and patients with breast cancer that has metastasized in the brain.
World class cancer-care is coming even closer to home for Clackamas County residents. Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center is now serving patients at the Carol Daniel Suzuki Cancer Center.
Learn more about Vicky Cook's courageous fight against breast cancer.
Providence Swedish Regional Cancer System’s Integrative Cancer Care Program offers patients an array of holistic medicine treatments designed to complement conventional medical cancer care.
In honor of Doctors' Day on March 30, we recognize the significant contributions of physicians and their commitment to providing the most advanced, highest quality care for our cancer patients.
Providence researchers honored for studies of COVID-19’s impacts on colorectal cancer screenings & outcomes
Providence researchers receive awards for two studies of COVID-19’s impacts on colorectal cancer screenings and outcomes
If you haven’t visited your primary care provider lately, now is the time to start! You can prevent many diseases through regular check-ups.
Many people have the wrong idea about what happens during colorectal cancer screening. Here, we debunk the myths.
Your colon has an important job to do — and your role is to keep it healthy so it can perform its function well.
Dr. Hagen Kennecke, a medical oncologist and medical director of gastrointestinal oncology at Providence, talks about what inspires him in his career.
New trials available at Earle A. Chiles Research Institute for patients with human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 positive (HER2+) colorectal cancer and patients with cholangiocarcinoma.
Patient describes lung cancer journey as “easy” thanks to Providence’s multidisciplinary cancer care team
Lung nodule clinic: Game-changing technology, superb physicians and caregivers help lead great-grandmother from diagnosis to recovery in two months.
In honor of Social Work Month we recognize the incredible contributions of oncology social workers.
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and Providence is offering a list of resources to help you learn about the disease and screening options.
Providence researchers are studying a blood-based, multi-cancer early detection test able to detect more than 50 cancer types through a single blood draw.
A new trial offered at Providence Cancer Institute is enrolling patients with early-stage HR-positive and HER2-negative breast cancer.
As part of an international data-sharing consortium of leading cancer centers, Providence Cancer Institute and Swedish Cancer Institute work together to provide genomic data to Project GENIE.
The Commission on Cancer, a quality program of the American College of Surgeons, has awarded a three-year accreditation to the cancer program at Providence Alaska Medical Center.
Depending on your age, there are a number of recommended cancer screenings. Here’s a list of the different kinds of screenings.
In the days leading up to a colonoscopy, it’s a good idea to eat foods that are low in fiber. Here, we give you some ideas.
Using MRI-guided radiation, Providence radiation oncologists can precisely target tumors for destruction while minimizing damage to surrounding normal tissue.
Providence Saint John’s opens last phase of clinical trial of promising drug for aggressive brain cancer
One patient tells his inspiring story of recovery
A new clinical trial offered at Providence Cancer Institute to study the safety and effectiveness of two different treatments for people under age 70 with previously untreated non-GCB DLBCL.
Leonard Cancer Institute Earns Accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer of the American College of Surgeons
Providence Mission Hospital and the Judi and Bill Leonard Cancer Institute for Prevention, Treatment and Wellness recently earned a three-year accreditation from the NAPRC.
During Cervical Health Awareness Month, take charge of your cervical health with testing and vaccination aimed at preventing cervical cancer.
It’s National Blood Donor Month, and we’re giving you the basic facts about who can donate blood and what it’s like.