Cancer Care

UW Medicine, in partnership with the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, provides the highest quality, comprehensive cancer care. Browse our providers and locations below.

UW Medicine, in partnership with the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, provides the highest quality, comprehensive cancer care to patients with all types of cancer, regardless of how rare or common, simple or complex their diagnosis. Our program is recognized every year by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s best. UW Medical Center and Seattle Cancer Alliance earned a No. 7 ranking in the 2018-2019 Best Hospitals ranking for Cancer.

Cancer specialists based at UW Medical Center and SCCA work closely together to ensure cancer care is integrated at every level. Our team includes medical oncologists, surgical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, clinical pharmacists, nurses, nutritionists and other healthcare professionals with special training. The multidisciplinary team approach leads to better care and better outcomes for our patients.

Our team is comprised of internationally recognized experts in oncology. They include scientists studying genetic mutations of ovarian cancer to develop prevention tactics, providers developing vaccines to prevent breast and ovarian cancer, engineers and oncologists using nanotechnology to improve patient outcomes, as well as many other clinicians delivering the latest and best cancer care possible to patients every day.

Cancer services

UW Medicine and SCCA provide a full spectrum of cancer management – from preventing the disease, to caring for newly diagnosed patients, to coordinating specialty care for patients with advanced forms of the disease. We provide leading-edge treatments for the following types of cancer:


Cancer of the breast.​

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Cancer of the colon, rectum, anus and small intestine.

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Cancer of the bladder, testicles​​, penis and​​ kidney (renal cell)​.​

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Cancer of the ovaries, cervix, uterus and lining (endometrial), fallopian tubes, vulva and vagina.

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Cancer of the liver and bile duct including liver metastasis.​

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Cancer of the lungs including mesothelioma and lung metastasis.

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Cancer of the pancreas including islet cell and ampullary cancer.

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Cancer of the prostate.

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Cancer of the bone and soft tissue including fat, muscle, nerves, fibrous tissues and blood vessels.​

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