Overview

The Hodgkin and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Program at Providence Cancer Center is dedicated to building a team of providers with the experience and ability to attract cutting-edge lymphoma research concepts  to deliver the best care and highest quality survival for patients with Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.

The program has grown out of a decade of experience in clinical care and clinical and translational research for Oregonians with Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma.   Providence Cancer Center is the largest provider of lymphoma care in Oregon; we annually see and manage more than 200 new cases per year.  The program works closely with clinical investigators at University of Washington to coordinate care and clinical research for northwest patients with lymphoma.

Current Projects

  • Attracting novel clinical trials and new compounds for clinical research in lymphoma

  • Hodgkin lymphoma outcomes studies

  • Patterns of care study for post-treatment imaging in lymphoma.

  • Development of Providence Cancer Survivor Program at Providence Cancer Center.