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MultiCare adds new colorectal cancer services in Puyallup

Posted on Mar. 4, 2021 ( comments)
With colorectal cancer as one of the most common cancer diagnoses in the United States, MultiCare is pleased to offer a new option for patients seeking highly specialized and convenient services to treat colorectal cancer.

Donor-funded program helps childhood cancer survivors thrive

Posted on Dec. 7, 2020 ( comments)

A decade ago, Becca Jacobsen received life-changing news.  

What to know about stomach cancer: an interview with Prakash Gatta, MD

Posted on Nov. 9, 2020 ( comments)
Although stomach cancer is one of the top causes of cancer deaths in parts of the world, the occurrence of gastric, or stomach cancer, has decreased in the U.S over the last several decades. This Stomach Cancer Awareness Month we check in with Prakash Gatta, MD, to learn more about the signs, symptoms and treatments of stomach cancer.

MultiCare’s Institute for Research & Innovation and the Community Cancer Fund partner with Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to launch COVID-19 Cancer Data Study

Posted on Aug. 13, 2020 ( comments)
The project will explore the impact of the pandemic on cancer care throughout Washington State while expanding access to research.

Our favorite stories of 2019

Posted on Dec. 20, 2019 ( comments)

Movember: What’s the latest in prostate cancer treatment?

Posted on Nov. 26, 2019 ( comments)

Why I walk: Come Walk With Me participants share their breast cancer stories

Posted on Oct. 2, 2019 ( comments)

CeCe’s Journey: The story of one Mary Bridge Children’s patient

Posted on Sep. 3, 2019 ( comments)

The story behind the largest team in Come Walk With Me history

Posted on Aug. 22, 2019 ( comments)

The HPV vaccine is for boys, too

Posted on Jun. 13, 2019 ( comments)
Men's Health Month is a time to heighten awareness of men's and boys' health issues. Let's start with the HPV vaccine.