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In April 2022, we announced the exciting news that Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center came together as a single, unified organization called Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. This unified approach expands patient access to clinical trials and to knowledge about options that may be available in the future.

VIDEO: Dr. Weg on how prostate cancer patients can prepare for proton therapy

VIDEO: Dr. Weg on how prostate cancer patients can prepare for proton therapy

Do you have questions about proton therapy for prostate cancer? Whether you’re a patient who’s just beginning the process, a caregiver who wants to support a loved one, or you are considering protons for prostate cancer, this 20-minute video by Dr. Emily Weg is an excellent introduction on how to prepare and what to expect.

Dennis chose proton therapy after his prostate cancer came back

Dennis chose proton therapy after his prostate cancer came back

Dennis had his prostate removed after he was diagnosed with cancer in 2009. But his PSA crept up again and again. That's when Dennis realized, “I will always have prostate cancer. Now, it is about quality and length of life.” In 2021, he decided to go with proton therapy for treatment.

Meet Kathleen Morris, dosimetrist

Meet Kathleen Morris, dosimetrist

After working in the tech industry in New York City and Seattle for 15 years, Kathleen Morris wanted to do something very different, although she wasn’t yet sure what that would be. A career in healthcare had never occurred to her. But after shadowing some medical dosimetrists, she found what she wanted to do.