Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, which shares our campus, provides care to patients being treated by physicians from Fred Hutch, Seattle Children's and UW Medicine. As our clinical care partner, SCCA offers state-of-the-art, multidisciplinary cancer care, including diagnostic, surgical and medical services, chemotherapy and radiation therapy and an array of supportive and follow-up care services. SCCA also has one of the most active clinical trial programs in the world, providing patients with access to promising new treatment strategies developed at Fred Hutch.
Transplantation survivors with questions about COVID-19 and how it impacts you and an upcoming appointment can learn more through Long-Term Follow-Up.
Patients currently undergoing treatment through the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance with questions about COVID-19 and their current treatment plan can learn more at the SCCA.
Fred Hutch researchers have developed guidelines to help physicians with the diagnosis and management of COVID-19 in hematopoietic and cellular therapy patients.
SCCA offers an online Patient Guide to help people prepare for their first visit and learn about SCCA services and resources. Fred Hutch and SCCA offer reasonably priced accommodations and amenities for patients and their families while the patients are receiving care in Seattle. Other helpful information is available on the Classes and Events page.
See a collection of informative articles and stories that address many of the concerns and questions that patients and survivors have. Topics include diagnosis, treatment and life after cancer.
Our Survivorship Program offers patients support, consultation, treatment and education after their cancer treatment ends. It enables survivors to take an active role in maintaining their health and works with them to develop individualized care plans.
Our Long-Term Follow-Up program provides lifelong monitoring and care to patients who have had a bone marrow or blood stem cell transplant through our transplant program. Physicians and researchers work with each patient’s primary care doctor to resolve medical problems and educate the patient about preventing and managing post-transplant issues.
Prospective patients, their families and their caregivers need information on cancer, treatment options, access to care and supportive services. The resources listed below are a good place to start, along with the SCCA and Fred Hutch websites.
The Body: The Complete HIV/AIDS Resource
Foundation for Women's Cancer
HIV Vaccine Trials Network
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Lymphoma Research Foundation
Melanoma International Foundation
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Fred Hutch Survivorship Program
American Childhood Cancer Organization
Association of Cancer Online Resources
Cancer Hope Network
Cancer Lifeline (Seattle area)
Cancer Pathways (formerly Gilda's Club Seattle)
Cancer Support Community
Caregiver Action Network
Caring Bridge (personal health journals for patients and families)
Cierra Sisters (African-American cancer support group)
Colontown (online communities)
Daily Strength (online communities)
ECANA (Endometrial Cancer Action Network for African-Americans)
FORCE (Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered)
Inspire (online communities)
MedHelp (online communities)
National Cancer Institute’s Office of Cancer Survivorship
PAN Foundation (financial help for patients)
Patients Like Me (online communities)
SmartPatients (online communities)
Team Survivor Northwest
Pam Mellick was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer in her late 50s. She wanted choices, and she ultimately opted to participate in a clinical trial at SCCA.