Survivorship

Events and Community Education

The Survivorship Program is dedicated to providing education and support to patients and family members. We provide:

  • Individualized education through appointments in the SCCA Survivorship Clinic
  • Lectures and talks at cancer center conferences and community events that address survivorship issues and healthy living recommendations
  • Sharing of our expertise at local and national conferences

We are equally dedicated to educating health-care professionals and provide:

  • Treatment summaries and survivorship care plans to assist them in following your care
  • Continuing medical education opportunities in cancer survivorship
  • Publications and presentations to keep their knowledge of survivorship issues current

If you would like to be notified of upcoming events, please follow the link to sign up for "Survive and Thrive", our quarterly newsletter.

Upcoming Events

Epic Experience - An outdoor Adventure Camp
August 24-30, 2014
What:
Attend a free week-long outdoor experiences camp designed for individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer. There is zero cost to attendees, including travel to the beautiful camp in Colorado. Experiences are based upon outdoor adventure activities such as stand up paddle boarding and kayaking, and during the winter months snowshoeing and building snow caves. Throughout the experience you will be encouraged to recognize the reality that cancer is a part of your story, but it no longer defines you!
When: August 24-30. This week is specifically for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the Pacific Northwest cancer fighters.
How to sign up: (855)650-9907 or info@epicexperience.org
For more details visit the Epic Experience website: www.epicexperience.org

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is a world leader in research to prevent, detect and treat cancer and other life-threatening diseases.