Bismarck Cancer Center

World-class cancer treatment that’s close to home

Upcoming Events

Horses for Healing

Horses for Healing

Equine therapy has proven helpful for cancer patients because horses are naturally social animals that welcome a special bond with...

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Boxers & Beer

Boxers & Beer

Please join us for the 5th Annual Boxers & Beer Event supporting the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation. Presented by McQuade...

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Volkowitsch Golf Open

Volkowitsch Golf Open

Plan to join us for the annual Volkowitsch Golf Tournament, a 4 person wacky golf scramble.  Volkowisch Open is a charity golf scramble...

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Carz-N-Cures Car Show

Carz-N-Cures Car Show

Join us on Saturday, May 30, 2020 for the 4th Annual Carz-N-Cures Car Show supporting the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation. Lots of cars,...

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More than 800 people with cancer come to the Bismarck Cancer Center each year to receive state-of-the-art cancer treatment and caring support while staying close to home and loved ones. We have a highly skilled and compassionate team of radiation oncologists, dosimetrists, radiation therapists, medical physicists and nurses working together to care for you before during and after a cancer diagnosis. We are your partner against cancer.

We love our volunteers and donors who partner with us.
Please consider the Bismarck Cancer Center today by
volunteering your time or providing a financial gift.

I was scared…but I feel like the medical community in Bismarck, along with the Bismarck Cancer Center helps put a patient and a person at ease. They treat the whole person and made me very, very comfortable.”

Lisa, BCC patient, cancer survivor

What To Expect

At the Bismarck Cancer Center (BCC), we understand what you are going through. You may be facing some concerns and uncertainties before you begin cancer treatment. We’re here to help you with every step of your treatment.

Please take a couple of minutes to view this video to learn what you can expect during your cancer journey at the Bismarck Cancer Center.

The Bismarck Cancer Center is committed to the highest level of quality and safety.

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April 3rd, 2020

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Today a few of our staff (some working from home!) are wearing purple to spotlight Testicular Cancer! Compared with other types of cancer, testicular cancer is rare. But testicular cancer is the most common cancer in American males between the ages of 15 and 35. We all have loved ones that are susceptible to this disease. ... See MoreSee Less

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April 2nd, 2020

Bismarck Cancer Center

Check out this great video Deborah Colton put together on mindfulness! We could all use some mindfulness in these stressful times! ... See MoreSee Less

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April 1st, 2020

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We are so grateful for Larry and Lee Ann's donation through Thrivent Financial! They were able to gift several microwaves and other small kitchen appliances for our patient apartments! We appreciate their kindness! ... See MoreSee Less

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Our community needs our blood donations now more than ever!! There is a blood drive at the Bismarck Cancer Center scheduled for Thursday, April 16 from 11:30-3. . We still have spots available - help out if you can! Sign up today at: https://t.co/FI0SVBIDBE

Today we are celebrating #NationalDoctorsDay! We are blessed to have 3 amazing radiation oncologists and we thank them for all they do!

Health officials are recommending that all people stay at home as much as possible to slow the spread of COVID-19. When healthy people choose to stay home, we help protect the most vulnerable from COVID-19, including cancer patients. Be a #socialdistancehero

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Recent News

Can Testicular Cancer be Found Early?

Can Testicular Cancer be Found Early?

Most testicular cancers can be found at an early stage, when they’re small and haven’t spread. In some men, early testicular cancers cause symptoms that lead them to seek medical attention. Most of the time a lump on the testicle is the first symptom, or the testicle might be swollen or larger than normal. But some testicular cancers might not cause symptoms until they’ve reached an advanced stage.

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