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Not all cancers are alike. And each person’s diagnosis is unique. When a patient faces a cancer diagnosis, the PeaceHealth team works together to provide comprehensive care. From diagnosis to treatment to survivorship, we’re by your side each step of the way.
PeaceHealth offers cancer prevention, wellness resources and annual recommended screenings to help you stay ahead of a potential diagnosis. Advanced diagnostic tools help identify benign and malignant conditions. And if cancer is diagnosed, we use the latest advances in treatment and rehabilitation and focus on your unique goals, diagnosis and medical history. We’ll work to make sure your questions are answered and support you along the way.
PeaceHealth Cancer Centers offer patients participation in national research studies which afford them access to the latest research into new approaches for treating cancer. Your doctor can help determine if there may be a clinical trial or research study right for you.
PeaceHealth offers cancer care close to home in Washington, Oregon and Alaska.
Your care team includes physicians, surgeons, oncologists, radiologists, specialty nurses, nutritionists and rehabilitation therapists. Each member of your team shares their unique insight, knowledge and experience to create a treatment plan that’s right for you.
When facing a cancer diagnosis, our nurse navigators are here to support you every step of the way. Nurse navigators will answer your questions, help you understand your diagnosis and treatment plan and schedule doctor appointments and tests for you.
PeaceHealth offers a wide range of treatments and services — whether they’re cancer screenings, preventive resources or holistic treatment plans to address your physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
You’ll have access to recent advances in cancer care, including diagnostic tools and minimally invasive procedures. PeaceHealth also offers breakthrough technologies such as digitally integrated operating rooms and precise surgical tools.
Common blood cancers include leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma. We also treat myelodysplastic syndromes and myeloprofilerative disease, which can be related to blood cancer.
Breast cancer can develop in both men and women. The team at PeaceHealth has experience in treating many types of breast cancers, including ductal carcinoma in situ, invasive ductal carcinoma and invasive lobular carcinoma, among others.
Colorectal cancer includes cancer of the colon, rectum and anus. We treat adenocarcinomas and other types of tumors, such as carcinoid tumors, gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GSITs), lymphomas and sarcomas.
The gynecologic oncologists at PeaceHealth have special expertise in treating women’s cancer. These cancers include endometrial, cervical, vaginal, vulvar, uterine and ovarian.
Cancers of the liver, bile duct, gallbladder, pancreas and stomach can be primary or spread from other areas. We offer the full range of surgical and medical care for these types of cancers.
Lung and thoracic cancers include the thymus, chest wall tumors and malignant mesothelioma.
Individuals diagnosed with head, neck and mouth cancers can access diagnostic and treatment resources for throat, esophagus and nasopharyngeal cancers, among others.
PeaceHealth can diagnose, treat and manage many types of skin cancer. Common types of skin cancers are:
PeaceHealth offers a wide range of cancer diagnostic tools and techniques, including biopsies, advanced imaging, nuclear medicine and much more.
Cancer treatment sometimes causes side effects. These may include trouble concentrating, lymphedema (swelling caused by lymph fluid buildup), chronic pain or weakened muscles. PeaceHealth offers a wide range of rehabilitation services to help you manage these problems and regain your strength.
Rehab therapy may include:
Regular cancer screening can mean early detection — and a better chance for survival. We offer the latest screening technologies for breast cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer and more.
Your cancer care team includes experienced providers from across specialties, led by your medical oncologist. These doctors specialize in oncology and hematology. They are here to share their insight and experience with you and your family.
Radiation can be an effective treatment to stop or slow tumor growth. Your radiation oncologist will work closely with your entire care team and develop a customized plan that meets your needs.
Experienced surgical oncologists deliver advances in surgical procedures and techniques, including minimally invasive procedures and complex surgeries.