(Naturopathic blogs will also be posted on our naturopathic page) A number of year ago while I was in medical school I had an enlightening conversation with a brilliant Native American woman. We were talking about cancer and she told… Continue Reading 

I had the opportunity to attend a conference last year where we were connected with a group of very talented individuals who work for the Oregon Health Sciences University Foundation and who worked with donors during the Knight Cancer Challenge.… Continue Reading 

Woman Up! Women’s Health Awareness Following the success of Be A Man, came the release of Woman Up! Women’s Health Awareness video. The video takes a fun approach to bring awareness to serious cancerous diseases impacting women including: cervical cancer… Continue Reading 

By: Chuck DeGooyer, TCCC CEO 2017 was another incredible year for your Tri-Cities Cancer Center and for our community who relies on us. Through great partnerships and region-wide support, we launched new programs, achieved a new accreditation, earned national recognition… Continue Reading 

Naturopathic Clinic now open! Introducing our newly launched Naturopathic Clinic at your Tri-Cities Cancer Center and our new Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Lindsey Josephson. In our Naturopathic Clinic, Lindsey works with patients to: • Guide usage of natural therapies while in… Continue Reading 

By: Lindsey Josephson, Naturopathic Physician, Tri-Cities Cancer Center In a culture that has become obsessed with cleanliness and sanitation, it is strange to think that bacteria might actually be beneficial. Though it is certainly counter to popular thinking, bacteria in… Continue Reading 

By Emma Bentley, OMS III, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences A day of discomfort and a test you sleep through and you could significantly reduce your chance of dying from the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the… Continue Reading 

By: Joan Stewart, RT(T), BA HCA Clinical Services Project Coordinator, TCCC Our loyal newsletter readers may recall an article I wrote for our June 2015 issue on comparative oncology: the study of naturally occurring cancers in companion animals as a… Continue Reading 

By: Dr. Shelby Williams, PharmD, FSVHP and Dr. Joanne Intile, DVM, MS, DACVIM (oncology) Roger Caras once said “dogs are not our whole lives, but they make our lives whole.” Most would agree that our pets become a part of… Continue Reading 

By Carl Berkowitz, TCCC Volunteer A true story: the patient had not moved for several days and was psychologically closing off to the world. A special therapy team was brought in. Using no invasive medical procedures, the team soon had… Continue Reading