Cancer Pathways in the News
We all need support & especially when dealing with cancer. Over the years, Cancer Pathways has been featured on the Sunday Morning Magazine podcast. Check out the most recent episode where Anna Gottlieb (founder and Executive Director of Cancer Pathways), provides...
“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.
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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.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.KIRO 7: Cancer Pathways, formerly Gilda’s Club, celebrates 20 years in Seattle
“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.”
Slalom developed this upcoming workshop with specific goals and outcomes for expanding our national teen writing contest.
“Childhood Cancer takes away many things from children. A chance to go to college should not be one of them”
Dr. Julie Gralow appointed Chief Medical Officer of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
Dr. Gralow has lectured annually at Cancer Pathways since our beginnings in 2001 as Gilda’s Club Seattle.
These four simple words mean so much to our Cancer Pathways community.
Cancer Pathways will celebrate 20 years of serving the cancer community in 2021, commemorating the opening of our doors on Capitol Hill in 2001. Each month of the year, we will be sharing milestones in our history and celebrating not only where we have been, but also...
CANCER PATHWAYS CELEBRATES 15 YEARS OF SUCCESS IN EDUCATING HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS ON CANCER RISK REDUCTION CANCER HAPPENS: A FREE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR TEENS ON CANCER RISK REDUCTION (Seattle, WA, September 2020) - Following 15 years of success in...
Volunteering at Cancer Pathways
Sellen volunteering at Cancer Pathways
Cancer Pathways is pleased to announce we have been awarded a generous two-year grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to expand our Cancer Happens program. This eLearning teen education program empowers teens about cancer risks and...
When submitting their ballots, our writing contest judges shared some thoughts and feelings with us. We are so moved that want to share them with you: "Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to read the finalists’ essays. They are always so heartfelt. Many...
'Mindful Moments' Group Hosts Guest Speaker: John Heckel from MusicWorks Northwest Our weekly mindfulness group, Mindful Moments, has started with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. Each week, our group members are introduced to a new mindfulness technique and have an...
What essay winners are saying about the importance of Cancer Unwrapped“It's important to share your story. We all go through struggles, but sharing helps the weight be lifted and you can find people who relate to you"“Not only do you get prize money you can use...
Read "We are still here for you", by Anna Gottlieb, Founder & Executive Director