Two new studies of investigational and FDA-approved immunotherapies for advanced melanoma are opening soon at Providence Cancer Center.
Two studies at Providence Cancer Center are focusing on patients’ genomes to help identify the most effective targeted anti-cancer therapies.
Providence Cancer Center is currently enrolling patients in more than 20 studies investigating a broad spectrum of breast cancer therapies and interventions.
A breakthrough drug for treating the most common type of lung cancer was just approved by the Food and Drug Administration ahead of schedule following two successful clinical trials, including one that involved patients at Providence Cancer Center in Portland.
People with B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma or chronic lymphocytic leukemia have a unique opportunity to participate in groundbreaking research at Providence Cancer Center.
Providence's involvement with the International Immuno-Oncology Network, along with other early-phase studies, is broadening treatment options for patients with advanced cancers.
Providence is the only cancer facility in Oregon to receive QOPI certification.