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.
Anne Gallagher sees cancer from two perspectives—as a survivor of lung cancer, and now as a patient navigator at Willamette Valley Cancer Institute and Research Center.
For the first time, Anne is sharing her experiences with lawmakers at the state and national level to encourage continued funding for medical research and support for screening and education programs. Read more.
Our hematologic oncologists at Willamette Valley Cancer and Research Center are on the forefront of important work that is changing the treatment landscape for blood cancers. Read more.
Cancer can be frightening. There's no denying it. So I can understand why, in a situation that feels out of control, patients seek ways to take control back. One of the most common ways is through self-treatment. Read more.