What does it take to

It takes everyone.
That’s why we’ve come together in Southern California. Providence clinics, labs and centers are one mighty force against cancer. We all want to finish it, so we’ll do it together.

Even during the COVID-19 crisis, cancer doesn’t stop. Your health care provider can help you determine what screening schedule and which screening tests are best for you at this time. If it’s time to schedule your routine cancer screenings– and especially if you have any concerning symptoms – don’t delay getting the care you need. At Providence, we are taking special precautions to protect you and your loved ones. Learn how Providence is responding to ensure the safety of our patients, staff and doctors.

Your stories


Everyone is affected by cancer. Some are fighting it, others are supporting the fight. We listen to your stories, and gather strength from your determination to finish cancer.

Maria Lopez-Carale

Meet Maria, a thriving breast cancer fighter, body building competitor and inspiring physical therapist.

Ali McNeeley

Ali doesn’t battle colon cancer alone. Her family, friends and Providence have her back.

Brendan McBrien

Brendan is a professional musician and beloved teacher. He fought prostate and jaw cancers – and he’s still making music.

Claudia Abadia

Stomach cancer didn’t derail Claudia from living her joy-filled life as a mother and yoga teacher – she’s a fighter.

Tracy Weintraub

Tracy is the wife and mother of colon cancer survivors, a breast cancer survivor herself, and a pillar of strength.

Hope, close to home


No one with cancer has to go it alone. We offer resources and services, from diagnosis and beyond, to ensure you have the support you need to focus on what matters: getting better.

It takes innovation


You want to know you’re getting the most advanced cancer treatment by people as determined as you to win the fight. We’re bringing it. By advancing cancer treatment through innovative research and clinical trials, we’re in this to finish cancer.

Latest news


It takes support and access to information to finish cancer. It takes family and friends. It takes hope.

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Be part of the movement


Post your selfies and stories. Connect with community. Be part of the movement on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Use the #FINISHCANCER hashtag to show us what finishing cancer means to you.