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 

What is your risk for Colorectal Cancer? If found, what are the choices for treatment? What can you do to prevent it? So many questions; lots of positive answers from an experienced medical oncologist. Join us for an hour of… Continue Reading 

As a pipe fitter and welder for over 30 years, Bob Dietrich had no problem staying in shape or using his natural strength and coordination every day at work. But in 2013, after weeks of fatigue, and a cough, he… Continue Reading 

Foundation Breakfast

Thursday March 17th the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation will host its 16th Annual Fundraising Breakfast at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, from 7:30 – 8:30 AM. The entire community is invited to attend. The Breakfast provides the Foundation… Continue Reading 

Lasting Legacy

The Tri-Cities Cancer Center is committed to bringing important and up to date education to the community we serve. We believe that proper financial planning is crucial to our neighbors, friends and family and we are hosting a very special… Continue Reading 

Thursday February 18th, at Noon, several players from the Tri-City Americans will be touring the Tri-Cities Cancer Center as a lead in to the Breast Cancer Awareness Night (Pink Ice) taking place on Friday, February 19th. Players will be sporting… Continue Reading 

Dr. Guy Jones

Cancer therapies for non-cancerous medical conditions? Yes! Some chemotherapy can treat autoimmune disorders and radiation therapy can treat disorders of abnormal growth patterns. Dupuytren’s contracture, plantar fasciitis, trigeminal neuralgia, keloids; these are just a sampling of the conditions that can benefit from a… Continue Reading 

The Tri-Cities Cancer is hosting bi-monthly facility tours. The community is invited to tour the Cancer Center to see the very latest in radiation oncology technology and learn about the wealth of support services available to cancer patients, their families… Continue Reading 

Warrior Sisterhood

By Kristina Lord, Warrior Sisterhood Board Member Four Tri-City cancer survivors didn’t expect so many women to seek support when they formed Warrior Sisterhood more than three years ago. They simply wanted to create a safe, supportive place for other… Continue Reading