Cancer Screening Programs The Cancer Center provides numerous free cancer screenings throughout the year. We partner with our hospital owners and area physicians to provide this valuable service to our community. Early detection saves lives. Get screened. Be healthy. Watch… Continue Reading 

By: Carl Berkowitz, TCCC Volunteer BRCA 1, BRCA 2: what they are, why they matter. It was basically a gut feeling that led Megan Sisemore to have genetic testing done to evaluate the probability of developing breast or ovarian cancer… Continue Reading 

Visited our Ralph R. Peterson Library lately? Our library is home to an extensive array of books, videos and other materials that can help guide you through your cancer journey. Here are some of the newest titles that have just… Continue Reading 

By: Alison Licquia MS, RDN, CD The Ketogenic Diet was designed in 1924 by Dr. Russell Wilder at the Mayo Clinic, originally created to treat Epilepsy by mimicking starvation in the body. Wilder found that starvation (or fasting) helped to… Continue Reading 

The Opening of Our Survivorship Clinic Survivorship is about health, wellness and living beyond cancer. You became a survivor the day you were diagnosed. When treatment is completed, you need a clear path for the future.This spring we are expanding… Continue Reading 

Thank you all so much for your ongoing support of world-class cancer care in our community. The community support of the Tri-Cities Cancer Center has been critical in creating the best care for our region. For nearly 23 years, the… Continue Reading 

By: Chuck DeGooyer, TCCC CEO 2016 was an extraordinary year for your Tri-Cities Cancer Center. This past year we were the first cancer center in the nation to receive the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) Accreditation for Excellence (APEx®).… Continue Reading 

By: Joan Stewart, RT(T), BA HCA, Clinical Services Project Coordinator, TCCC The most common cancer in our society today is skin cancer. It is estimated there will be 3.5 million cases diagnosed in the US this year. While it is… Continue Reading