Cancer Care Northwest is the Inland Northwest’s premier cancer center, providing an integrated approach to the diagnosis, treatment and healing of cancer and blood-related diseases. We are comprised of over 30 physicians and advanced practice providers, specializing in medical, surgical, and radiation oncology, along with a complete health care team, to help give you the best treatment for your lung cancer.
Our comprehensive care model allows us to provide personalized breast cancer treatment, giving our patients the best possible care at any stage in their cancer journey. Whether you are newly diagnosed, had cancer return, or are seeking a second opinion, Cancer Care Northwest is here for you.
Cancer Care Northwest specializes in the treatment of the following lung cancer conditions:
Cancer Care Northwest is home to an elite team of lung cancer experts.
Specialists who may be involved in your lung cancer care include:
This study will collect de-identified tumor samples, with correlated clinical/demographic data and tissue histology, from patients selected or scheduled for pre-treatment tumor biopsy or who have had a recent pre-treatment tumor biopsy. These specimens and clinical data may be used in subsequent studies for the development and validation of a diagnostic test.View Details
We know you want the best for your patient. When you refer your patient to Cancer Care Northwest, you assure that he or she has access to the highest level of lung cancer expertise, the latest treatment options, and some of the most advanced technologies in the Inland Northwest.
If you are ready to make a referral to Cancer Care Northwest, please visit our referral page for further instruction. Thank you for choosing Cancer Care Northwest as a partner in the care of your patient.
Quitting smoking can have a big impact on your overall health and quality of life. Tobacco cessation can reduce your risk of smoking related cancers, heart disease and lung disease. It is never too late to quit – even if you have been diagnosed with cancer, reducing tobacco use can improve how well cancer-related treatment works and minimize the chance of getting a second cancer.
There is a variety of local and national agencies and organizations can help smokers quit:
Cancer Care Northwest offers a personalized and comprehensive approach to treating
lung cancer. Your lung cancer treatment may include: