By: Alison Licquia MS, RDN, CD The temperature is quickly falling and the smell of pumpkin spice is in the air. ‘Tis the season for family, festivities and food, lots and lots of food. Temptation is everywhere, just waiting to… Continue Reading 

By: Elizabeth McLaughlin, TCCC Foundation Director The Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation supports the needs of the Cancer Center and is focused on supporting local cancer patients and their families, while providing services to build a healthier community through free early… Continue Reading 

The holidays are here and so is all the delicious food that comes with them. Want to add prevention to your kitchen? Here are some holiday foods that may fight cancer. And remember to make fruits, vegetables, beans and whole… Continue Reading 

By: Chuck DeGooyer, CEO, Tri-Cities Cancer Center Our Mission at the Tri-Cities Cancer Center is, “To provide and coordinate the highest quality, compassionate cancer care for the communities we serve.” To be successful in this endeavor and honor our mission,… Continue Reading 

For the second year, Michael Novakovich, TCCC’s Director of Strategy & Business Development, chaired a law enforcement appreciation day through his church, The Garden, called Back the Blue. Teams of people from The Garden delivered breakfast during the morning shift… Continue Reading 

By: Joan Stewart, RT(T), BA HCA Clinical Services Project Coordinator, TCCC In May 2013, the Tri-Cities Cancer Center (TCCC) became the first clinic in Southeastern WA to offer low dose CT (LDCT) based lung cancer screening. Since then, TCCC has… Continue Reading 

Service, travel and people have always been part of Kurt Azeltine’s life. These qualities explain why this Tri-Cities Cancer Center (TCCC) radiation therapist finds satisfaction in a job where he helps people on a daily basis and travels to Third… Continue Reading 

By: Carl Berkowitz, TCCC Volunteer Serving others has been a passion of Cancer Center volunteer Art King since his retirement from a successful Maryland business in 2000. Recognizing that retirement can be a hard adjustment, this Army veteran took to… Continue Reading 

By: Dr. Timothy Gormley, Radiologist, Columbia Basin Imaging Put simply, medicine is just the art of using what works to help patients. By patients, I mean people – you, me, our neighbors, and our families. Because these people are loved… Continue Reading 

By: Lisa C.S. Rootvik, ARNP, Survivorship Clinic Nurse Practitioner Cancer survivors are often surprised by how difficult the transition to life after cancer can be. Among other challenges, survivors may be experiencing new physical, mental, and financial obstacles that were… Continue Reading