Karen DuBois, RN, BSN, CHPN, Nurse Navigator with the Tri-Cities Cancer Center and Michael Novakovich, Director of Business Development for the Tri-Cities Cancer Center will both be graduating with their Master’s degrees on Saturday, May 7th. DuBois will be graduating with an… Continue Reading 

Mid-Columbia Libraries has partnered with the Tri-Cities Cancer Center to place its first eBook Power Tower on the Tri-Cities Cancer Center campus. The unveiling of the Power Tower will take place on Wednesday, May 4th at 11:00 a.m. at the… Continue Reading 

New treatment options have come available in the past year due to new science about this malignancy of the bone marrow. Dr. Lu, a board certified hematologist and oncologist with Trios Health, will share the choices of treatments now available.… Continue Reading 

RUN FOR RIBBONS 2016! A COMMUNITY EVENT TO RAISE AWARENESS AND PROMOTE PREVENTION OF ALL FORMS OF CANCERS. ALL FUNDS RAISED FROM THIS EVENT STAY LOCAL! Kennewick, WA – On Saturday, May 7th, the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation will hold… Continue Reading 

Breast Cancer

Trios Health and the Tri-Cities Cancer Center have partnered to offer free breast & cervical cancer screenings. The screening event will take place on Friday, April 22nd from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at Trios Care Center at Vista Field located… Continue Reading 

Jerry Arbogast

It takes only a few minutes of talking with him to realize that the biggest source of sunshine in the life of Jerry Arbogast is his wife, Clare. She’s been his best friend, traveling companion and caregiver for 50 years.… Continue Reading 

Childhood Cancer

On Sunday, April 17th at 2 pm, Travis Crumpler along with Boy Scout Troop 275 will host a Childhood Cancer Awareness 1-mile/5k Run/Walk at the Fingernail stage in Howard Amon Park. The entire community is invited to attend this free… Continue Reading 

Wing Stop

Tuesday, March 29th, Wednesday, March 30th, and Thursday, March 31st, between 4:00PM – 9:00PM Pasco Wingstop will donate 10% sales to the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation. Tri-Cities Fever Football players will be on hand working as servers. Pasco Wingstop will… Continue Reading 

Sunshine

On average, those with a parent who has been diagnosed with melanoma are almost 300 percent more likely to develop the disease than children who do not have a parent with a history of melanoma. One in 10 melanoma patients… Continue Reading