Philanthropy empowers SCI’s staff of 17 social workers to offer our patients emotional and practical guidance, from diagnosis through treatment and beyond.
Patients shouldn’t be forced to choose between paying for their lifesaving cancer treatment and putting a roof over their head. And thanks to donors, they don’t have to.
A common misconception of palliative care is that it’s reserved for people who are nearing the end of their life. But palliative care can be beneficial for patients who are at any stage of their chronic illness.
The Swedish Thoracic Program offers a complete range of thoracic surgical procedures with an emphasis on thoracic oncology and benign diseases of the esophagus.
Center for Lung Research in Honor of Wayne Gittinge
The Center for Lung Research in Honor of Wayne Gittinger is a regional hub for research and education on lung health. In addition to fueling innovative research on lung disorders, your gift allows us to develop tomorrow’s top clinicians and researchers in the field.
Multiple Myeloma and Blood Disorder Research
The Center for Blood Disorders and Stem Cell Transplantation has quickly become a regional leader in cancers such as lymphoma, leukemia and myeloma, and other blood disorder research and treatment.
Funded entirely by donations, the study explores how a woman’s personal biology may lead to the development of challenging side effects related to her breast cancer treatment --- and hopefully to head that off.