“Julie R. Gralow, MD, a clinical director of Breast Medical Oncology at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and a professor of medical oncology at the University of Washington School of Medicine, discusses future challenges in cancer care following the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Seattle, WA –April 2021. Cancer Pathways (Seattle, WA) is pleased to welcome a new member to the Cancer Pathways family.
“I became a member of Gilda’s Club Seattle—now Cancer Pathways—in early 2003, a few months after my wife, Karen Chinn, contracted her third cancer, a rare form of carcinoid tumor in her liver. My daughter was eight years old and I didn’t want her to go through the experience alone….”
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AN ACT Relating to preventing nicotine addiction with an emphasis on youth and persons under 21 years of age and the funding of prevention, cessation, and public health services through the taxation of vapor and tobacco products containing nicotine.
To honor Dave’s dedication to Cancer Pathways and his commitment to our mission of Facing Cancer Together, these five families have come together to coordinate a group gift of $20,000 in his honor.
Over the weekend of March 19-21, Cancer Pathways’ Jana Mastrogiovanni hosted a virtual event for Girl Scouts.
Cancer Pathways partnered with the Georgia Cancer Control Consortium (GC3) & HPV Cancer Free GA for the 2021 HPV Awareness Day webinar – now available to watch on Youtube.
“If you had told me that one of the happiest days of my life would occur as my only child was dying of cancer, I would not have believed you.”
“What families need has not changed much in the past 20 years. Parents need support so they feel as though they are not alone. Kids’ support is neglected in the medical setting – they are having an experience of their own. They need to feel normal.”
“This organization has staying power and a mission that means a lot, no matter how the world changes. We’ll always be dealing with cancer. I believe [Cancer Pathways] has significant contributions yet to make.”
Read a personal story written by the 3rd-ever member of Gilda’s Club Seattle (now Cancer Pathways), Ron Villa.
Twenty years ago, I was standing on the front porch of Gilda’s Club watching Mayor Nickels cut the red ribbon to open our beautiful clubhouse.
To learn more about our 20th Anniversary please contact: email@example.com.KIRO 7: Cancer Pathways, formerly Gilda’s Club, celebrates 20 years in Seattle
For more information on Cancer Happens, contact Jana Mastrogiovanni via email. Click here to download this resource.
Read our February 2021 Newsletter online.
Steve Raible, the voice of the Seattle Seahawks and longtime KIRO 7 news anchor, and both he and his wife Sharon have been dear friends of Cancer Pathways over the years….
Cancer Pathways joins Georgia’s Department of Health in recognizing the achievement of organizations focused on cervical cancer awareness and prevention.
How do I maintain my relationship with my partner during cancer treatment?
How do I date while in cancer treatment or after treatment when I look and feel different?
Sam is an oncology ARNP at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) with eleven years of experience caring for cancer patients. She definitely understands our mission of ‘Facing Cancer Together’…
At Cancer Pathways, we want everyone to get the tests and treatments they need. Many people have had their appointments and screenings postponed in the past year…
Read our January 2021 Newsletter online.
“Living with that fear and isolation never left me and I knew I couldn’t talk to anyone about it. I wished there was a better way.”
“With Dave at the helm, we feel like we have a true partner and friend. Dave is the true definition of what a Board President can be and do for an organization. “
On Martin Luther King Jr Day, a team from Sellen Construction came to spend the day volunteering at our Clubhouse.
What happens when we feel intense sadness, loss, and overwhelming helplessness when we see or hear things that are intended to bring joy during the holidays?
Slalom developed this upcoming workshop with specific goals and outcomes for expanding our national teen writing contest.
Read our December 2020 Newsletter online.