Dr. Dan Labriola, naturopathic doctor for the Swedish Cancer Institute. shares his insights about certain green foods that have the ability to combat cancer.
If you're 50 (or nearing it), you should be thinking about getting your colonoscopy. Not a pleasant thoug...
Recommended for you
The oncology survivorship nurse practitioner and the class facilitator explore the idea of healing and finding ways to support cancer patients exactly where they are in their healing journey.
With the impact of COVID-19, our world has changed, our priorities have shifted and our lives have slowed down.When things do not go as planned, practice leaning into a "to-be" list.
Founded in 2000, Northwest Hope and Healing (NWHH) has provided patients facing breast and gynecological cancers at the Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI) with immediate financial assistance.
With its garlicky heat and vibrant flavor, fire cider is a traditional tonic that may help to boost the immune system and support your health through various seasons. And it is super simple to make
Cancer patients are at increased risk of COVID-19 infection as per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.
Exercise is medicine for cancer survivors. Here are tips that you can do it at home during this pandemic.
Swedish cancer specialists have developed an international, multicenter study to capture data about COVID-19 treatment typically used in cancer therapy.
March is colorectal cancer prevention month. Get the answers to commonly asked questions about colonoscopies and learn how to prepare for one.
Marjorie Hillson finds herself in an unexpected and meaningful journey from being a volunteer to a new patient at Swedish Cancer Institute
A study that uses music as a medical intervention to moderate distress, anxiety, or pain during bone marrow biopsy
Preventing infection is essential for patients with a weakened immune system in order to heal properly.
The transition from cancer treatment to remission can be an anxious time. Learn how you can control the fear and anxiety
Chemo Bags of Hope is a local organization that spreads hope one bag at a time to patients facing chemotherapy and radiation
Introducing this promising and innovative treatment at SCI, CAR-T Cell Therapy is offering hope to cancer patients who have been through two lines of unsuccessful treatment.
It’s important to feel comfortable asking your doctor questions, and sharing about yourself. One of our Swedish oncologists took some time to share a little bit about himself.
Our Swedish Cancer Institute dietitians are in on the Fall food fun, and have provided a pumpkin recipe for your enjoyment.
A new comprehensive financial resource is available from the Swedish Cancer Institute to help cancer patients with questions. Read more about it here.
Giving the Gift of Hope: Having cancer is hard enough. Paying for everyday basics shouldn't be.