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  • Healing body, mind, spirit

    Jill Ciccarello’s sister died of cancer. Lorrie Stonehocker’s husband is still battling cancer that has caused him to lose organs, including part of his stomach, as the chemo is shutting …

  • Testing for breast cancer gene can help women take preventive measures

    Heather Scholten used to get a deer-in-the-headlights look from just about everyone who heard her story. They couldn’t understand how she could elect to remove both her breasts and her …

  • Providence, Cancer Care Northwest partner to avoid competition

    Three of the region’s cancer treatment providers are forming an alliance to avoid expensive competition and coordinate medical care. The proposal shelves plans by Providence Health Care to build a …

  • EV teacher receives Spokane’s 100th transplant

    Whether it was the balloons or the lively rendition of “Happy Birthday,” it was impossible to miss the party room on the seventh floor of Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center …

  • Care close to home

    Tony Lamanna has taken a break from fighting crime in Hillyard to take on something tougher: a rare form of plasma cancer threatening his life. The disease, a multiple myeloma …

  • Cancer resource fair Saturday at SCC

    Cancer Care Northwest will host its second annual cancer resource fair on Saturday on the campus of Spokane Community College.



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