In a world where so much information is at your fingertips, it makes sense that your medical information should be, too. That's why Willamette Valley Cancer Institute provides you instant access to your treatment history, including diagnosis, medications and lab results through a secure patient portal. Read more.
When you or a loved one is going through cancer, it's hard to know where to turn for support. For many reasons, it can be uncomfortable to talk with loved ones about what you're going through. Read more.
Lynn Samuels is on what she calls a "medical safari."
She and her husband, Loren, are temporary transplants in Eugene. They came here following an extensive search for the specialized care Lynn needed, which they found at Willamette Valley Cancer Institute and Research Center, under the care of Dr. Jeff Sharman and Dr. Haidy Lee. Read more.
No matter what you think of Angelina Jolie Pitt, when she talks, people listen.
That's certainly been the case since 2013 when the actress revealed in The New York Times that she is a carrier of the BRCA1 gene mutation, which fueled her decision to have a preventative double mastectomy. Read more.
There's nothing quite like the determination of the Oregon Ducks when they're looking for a win—except maybe when they're determined to show their support for their community at the same time.
The women's softball team hopes to Strike Out Cancer and the University of Washington on Saturday, March 28 at Howe Field. The team will be sporting pink in support of Oregon Cancer Foundation. Read more.