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Region’s First Proton Therapy Center Celebrates Second Year in Seattle

This week Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Proton Therapy, A ProCure Center will celebrate its second year of treating patients in Seattle, Washington. A collaborative effort between Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) and ProCure Treatment Centers, Inc. SCCA Proton Therapy unites top physician experts in cancer from UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s Hospital. Since opening, the center has helped care for nearly 450 patients and created approximately 80 jobs in the Pacific Northwest. Located on UW Medicine’s Northwest Hospital & Medical Center campus, SCCA Proton Therapy is the only proton therapy center within 1,000 miles of Seattle.

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Enhanced Proton Technology Targets More Complex Tumors

Physicians treating patients with complex tumors will have more advanced treatment options at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Proton Therapy, A ProCure Center. The Center is revolutionizing the way proton therapy is used in cancer treatment and has recently made a number of additional investments in innovative technology that will empower its care teams to treat tumors more precisely. An advanced form of radiation treatment, proton therapy delivers a targeted dose of radiation to kill cancer cells while sparing surrounding normal tissues. Building on this treatment delivery, the Center will now offer Pencil Beam Scanning (PBS) in its state of the art gantry room. The combination of proton therapy with PBS technology enables physicians to better shape and direct radiation to the tumor, opening the doors to treat a wider variety of cancers.

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Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Proton Therapy, A ProCure Center Welcomes New Vice President of Marketing and Business Development

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Proton Therapy, A ProCure Center is proud to announce the additions of Patti Brooke and Jason Dixon to the Seattle team. Brooke joins the team as vice president of marketing and business development leading the Center’s strategic plan and ongoing marketing initiatives. Additionally, Dixon brings more than nine years of experience in the proton industry and will serve as the Center’s director of operations.

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Proton Therapy Offers Hope to Recurrent Breast Cancer Patient

In 2014, more than 200,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in the United States, and about 40,000 of them will die, according to the American Cancer Society. While many types of breast cancer are curable, conventional treatment methods can expose the heart, lungs, and other organs to radiation resulting in an increased risk of side effects such as coronary artery disease, lung scarring, and secondary malignancies. Side-effects are especially common in patients with reoccurring cancers as their bodies are subjected to multiple rounds of treatment. Robin Baird has had five bouts of breast cancer. As she was running out of treatment options, proton therapy offered a ray of hope.

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Proton Therapy Provides Innovative Treatment Options for Head and Neck Cancer

More than 100,000 people will be diagnosed with head and neck cancer this year in the United States, according to the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance. While many cancers of the head and neck are curable, patients face a number of challenges due to the complex location of these tumors. Physicians are tasked with preserving healthy surrounding structures such as the optic nerves, eyes, brain stem, and spinal cord while also treating a patient’s malignant tumor. SCCA Proton Therapy, A ProCure Center provides patients with an advanced and highly precise form of radiation treatment that can help improve tumor control while minimizing the side effects from treatment.

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