Cancer Pathways in the News
Cancer Pathways featured on Warm 106.9 podcast with Kate Daniels
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...
Enriching the Health of Your Students
Presented by Jana MastrogiovanniProgram Manager, Cancer PathwaysEnriching the Health of Your Students with Cancer HappensCancer Pathways' very own, Jana Mastrogiovanni, provides an overview of our Cancer Happens program and eLearning platform and how these resources...
Lung Cancer Awareness Month: A Mesothelioma Survivor’s Message
Lung Cancer Awareness Month occurs in November each year. Read this piece for a personal message from Heather Von St. James, a 16-year cancer survivor, and advocate. November. Just the thought of the month brings up all sorts of negative feelings. The days are...
Hypnotherapy for Cancer
Presented by Roger Moore, LMFTCertified Counselor and Registered HypnotherapistSession 1: Mindful HypnosisRoger provides an introduction to hypnotherapy and mindfulness concepts and how these techniques can help reduce stress levels. He also clears up common...
Jin Shin Jyutsu
Presented by Colleen Foye BollenJin Shin Jyutsu PractitionerJin Shin Jyutsu is an ancient Japanese healing art that uses gentle touch to harmonize the body physically, mentally, and emotionally. Colleen Foye Bollen is a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner with over 20 years...
Meet the Board: Paul Okerlund
MEET PAUL OKERLUNDTwenty-one years ago Brian Jaffe asked if I wanted to help out with the renovation project of a new nonprofit in the Seattle area. I said “you bet!” and two decades later I’m still involved, I guess Anna thought I had some value beyond the renovation...
Reed’s Recipes: Roasted Carrot Dip
Roasted Carrot Dip Recipe by Reed Dunn, @pestoandpotatoes Carrots are one of the most humble vegetables, but oven-roasting them makes them royal roots. Add in some soaked cashews and smoky flavors, and you have a hummus-like dip that is unlike anything you have had...
How To Support Someone Living with Mesothelioma
In honor of Mesothelioma Awareness Day, learn how to support a loved one living with this rare cancer. Do you know someone living with mesothelioma? Here’s how to support them. September 26th, 2021 marks the 18th annual Mesothelioma Awareness Day. This day occurs in...
Reed’s Recipes: Zucchini Quiche
Easy Zucchini Quiche Recipe by Reed Dunn, @pestoandpotatoes This is the time of year when garden zucchini are growing to the size of a watermelon — and you can find them in abundance at just about every farmers market. Finding creative ways to use zucchini is a...
Meet the Board: Bryce Fisher
MEET BRYCE FISHERShortly after signing a contract to play with the Seattle Seahawks, Bryce Fisher received some life altering news. His mother had been diagnosed with breast cancer. After the diagnosis, the Seahawks were supportive and connected Bryce and his family...
Reed Dunn Inspiring Through Food As a 7-year-old child growing up in "middle-of-nowhere-Kansas," Reed Dunn frequently came home from school and pulled down one of his mom's cookbooks for entertainment. Oftentimes he would bake cookies or other desserts. Eventually, he...
Meet the Board: Molly Hill
Molly & her children Andy Hill (Molly's Husband) Molly & her daughter KatieMeet Molly Hill I moved to Seattle from New York City 30 years ago to join the man whom I had dated cross-country for 1 ½ years. I left NYC on a high note, running in the NYC marathon...
Dr. Gralow on Future Challenges in Cancer Care in the Post–COVID-19 Era
“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.”
Cancer Pathways Expands
Seattle, WA –April 2021. Cancer Pathways (Seattle, WA) is pleased to welcome a new member to the Cancer Pathways family.
A personal story by Philip Lee
“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….”
Cancer Pathways’ Executive Director, Anna Gottlieb, Testifies on HB 1550
This bill is:
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.
Special Announcement: $20,000 Group Gift in Honor of Dave Raney
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.
Girl Scouts Virtual Event
Over the weekend of March 19-21, Cancer Pathways’ Jana Mastrogiovanni hosted a virtual event for Girl Scouts.
2021 HPV Awareness Day
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.
An essay by Elizabeth Robichaud
“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.”
Read about Sally Benson, our longtime Program Director, now retired
“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.”