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Building Community Partnership: Chemo Bags of Hope
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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.
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Help Navigating Finances when Dealing with Cancer
A new comprehensive financial resource is available from the Swedish Cancer Institute to help cancer patients with questions. Read more about it here.
Building Community Partnership: Northwest Hope & Healing
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Spotlight: Acupuncture for Cancer Patients
Medical acupuncture is an effective way to help manage pain for cancer patients. Learn more about Dr. Rudolf, and the Swedish Pain Services team.
Emotional Healing After Cancer
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Breast cancer prevention: The good news
Breast cancer prevention starts with knowing your risk. Routine mammography screening and self-breast exams are key components of every woman’s health, regardless of risk.
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