In 1995 a physician predicted lung cancer patient Marjorie Felder had only 4 ½ to 6 months to live. A second physician confirmed this grim prognosis. Reflecting on these predictions, Marj notes “I’m still here, 25 years later, with two… Continue Reading 

FIRST-CLASS TEAM. WORLD-CLASS TREATMENT YOU DESERVE. By: Chuck DeGooyer, CEO, Tri-Cities Cancer Center 2019 was a year of celebrating 25 years of service in our community and continuing our focus to ensure cancer patients receive the world-class treatment they deserve,… Continue Reading 

Lifestyle Strategies Reduce Cancer Risk By: Lindsey Josephson, Naturopathic Physician, Tri-Cities Cancer Center Don’t smoke – Smoking not only increases the risk of many cancers it also increases risk for heart disease, stroke, COPD, Alzheimer’s disease and more. Get regular… Continue Reading 

It’s a win/win with a Qualified Charitable Distribution! By: Elizabeth A. McLaughlin, CFRE, Executive Director, Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation Did you know that you can take advantage of a significant tax benefit if you are 70 ½ years old and… Continue Reading 

On Sunday, December 8th, 2019, the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation is partnering with Forever Fighters, a non-profit that delivers personalized care packages to children and teen cancer patients and provides support to cancer survivors, to host a fun-filled holiday party… Continue Reading 

On Monday, August 19th, 2019, the Tri-Cities Cancer Center welcomed Radiation Oncologist, Sherry Zhao, MD to our medical team. Dr. Zhao is experienced in the treatment of all cancer diagnoses that are radiation appropriate. Dr. Zhao is licensed in Washington… Continue Reading 

Tri-Cities Cancer Center Opens Hermiston Satellite Office  Kennewick, WA – The Tri-Cities Cancer Center is pleased to announce we have opened a Hermiston satellite office. The office is located at 600 Northwest 11th Street, Suite E-23 at Good Shepherd Medical… Continue Reading 

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By: Carl Berkowitz, TCCC Volunteer One of Phil Gallagher’s earliest memories is that of sitting in the back of his father’s pickup truck while driving down the streets of his hometown in Connecticut. His job was to put the Red… Continue Reading 

By: Joan Stewart, RTT, BA HCA, Tri-Cities Cancer Center and Eastern WA American Cancer Society Ambassador for Mission: HPV Cancer Free The topic of vaccination is one that brings with it a variety of thoughts and opinions. Recently, the measles… Continue Reading