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January 2022: Dr. Laramore retires - meet our ARNP - prostate cancer survivor Reggie - New Year’s resolutions Newsletter (view the full email campaign)

Celebrating Dr. Laramore's long career in radiation therapy

Celebrating Dr. Laramore's long career in radiation therapy

After a more than 40-year career in radiation oncology, including countless contributions to cancer treatment, Dr. George Laramore has decided to retire in January 2022. Dr. Laramore is the SCCA Proton Therapy Center’s inaugural medical director and played a pivotal role in bringing the Proton Therapy Center to Seattle — the first and only one of its kind in the Pacific Northwest.

It's New Year's resolution time

It's New Year's resolution time

It’s that time again when many people make resolutions for the coming year. Sometimes it can be hard to stick to them, so a good way to start is by making small resolutions, keeping at them and remembering why they are important. Read the article for ideas.

Reggie - Prostate Cancer

Reggie - Prostate Cancer

Reggie enjoys staying active and regularly visits his primary care physician. When he started experiencing urination issues in 2019, his provider prescribed medication and ordered a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test to determine if the problem might be more serious. His provider recommended that Reggie get a biopsy, which determined that he had prostate cancer.

Layne Chapple, ARNP

Layne Chapple, ARNP

Layne Chapple, ARNP, is an avid baseball fan, runs triathlons, and sees our childhood cancer patients at the center. Read all about Layne Chapple in our staff corner.