Category Archives: General

Tabb Morgan: Prostate Cancer Survivor

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and Tabb Morgan, who was treated for prostate cancer at SCCA, hopes that his experience with prostate cancer will not only increase the understanding of the disease, but will help improve the treatment options for the next generation. Tabb Morgan’s father died from prostate cancer at age 62. When he […]

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Swim or Volunteer for SCCA

This year’s Swim Across America–Seattle Open Water Swim is quickly approaching on Saturday, Sept. 6, and there’s still time to join the fun and help support SCCA. If you’re not a swimmer, consider helping out as a volunteer at the event. The Seattle Swim is a volunteer-driven event, and kayakers, boaters, and lifeguards are still needed. […]

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Seattle Met’s 2014 Top Doctors

“If you or a loved one needed medical care, whom would you choose?” That was the question Seattle Met posed to more than 1,400 doctors, nurses, and physician assistants in the Seattle area who considered a list of nearly 13,000 nominations. The list was then winnowed further by an advisory panel of administrators, doctors, nurse […]

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WE CAN in Africa

The Women’s Empowerment Cancer Advocacy Network (WE CAN) has just launched an Indiegogo campaign to help raise awareness about cancer screening, risk factors, and treatment of women in East Africa. WE CAN was founded by SCCA’s Dr. Julie Gralow in 2003. WE CAN’s mission is to raise awareness and change the face of breast and […]

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Thirty-Two Days Until Obliteride

Obliteride is on the horizon, and it’s not too late to sign up, get in shape, and start fundraising. Doing so helps raise money that accelerates lifesaving, breakthrough research at a time when Fred Hutch needs it the most. You don’t have to a professional–or even a proficient–cyclist to participate. This year’s Obliteride offers five […]

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