This kind of teamwork isn’t easy to find. In fact, we are the only privately owned, fully integrated cancer center in the Inland Northwest. We are one of a handful of community-based cancer centers in the nation that offers a comprehensive approach to treating cancer.
We are actively engaged in research to improve cancer treatments and to ultimately find a cure. Through our dozens of clinical research trials, we not only advance knowledge about cancer, we give patients access to emerging treatment options—right here at home.
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What’s new at Cancer Care Northwest?
We are growing even stronger! This summer we will be welcoming three new providers and increasing availability and expertise to our well established premier cancer team. We have recently hired two new medical oncologists. Dr. Sri Gopaluni will be a joining our North Team and Dr. Mei Dong will be joining our South Hill and Valley Teams. Dr. Jason Call, will be joining our radiation team and he will be assisting patients at our South and North clinics. We are excited to welcome these highly skilled physicians to our practice and they are looking forward to helping us support our community. Stay tuned for more information as they arrive to Spokane.
With the addition of our new providers we will also be increasing care to Spokane Valley. We are proud to announce we are in the process of building a new Valley Treatment Center. This new center will increase access to our surgical providers and add radiation oncology and imaging to our existing medical oncology care team. We will continue to provide counseling services by offering individual, marriage and family counseling, support groups and other emotional care. Our new campus will also have a peaceful healing garden for patients and families to utilize on their journey.
Cancer Survivor Stories:
Every cancer survivor has a story—one filled with fear, hope and courage. While these survivors have many things in common, from the heart-wrenching diagnoses, to receiving some combination of chemotherapy, surgery or radiation therapy – none of their stories are exactly the same. The types of cancer are different, the way it affects their bodies and the way their bodies respond are unique. To battle this disease, teams of physicians, nurses and clinicians work together to treat each patient individually. With tailored treatments and one-of-a-kind responses, miracles happen every day.
Dorothy Middaugh was diagnosed with Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer after suffering a mild heart attack. Instead of letting it get her down, she chose to use her cancer as an opportunity to explore new pastimes and bring hope to the people around her. Dorothy is living proof that having a great outlook on life can make even the worst situation feel like a blessing. Read More
Vicki was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, a cancer of plasma blood cells present in bone marrow. In order to get healthy, Vicki underwent multiple rounds of chemotherapy treatments and received an autologous stem cell transplant. Read More
A sore throat and cold-like symptoms led Craig to believe he might have laryngitis or acid-reflux. With no relief from antibiotics, Craig underwent a biopsy that concluded his symptoms were due to throat cancer. Radiation therapy and chemotherapy allowed Craig to begin his journey towards survivorship and a cancer-free life. Read More