Bismarck Cancer Center

World-class cancer treatment that’s close to home

Upcoming Events

Applefest

Applefest

On Sept. 27, celebrate the end of summer at Applefest Jam, a unique drive-in concert benefiting the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation.

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Project HOPE

Project HOPE

November 2-6, 2020 - Project HOPE in Wilton, Washburn, Turtle Lake, Garrison, Center, Beulah, Hazen, Watford City area Join area...

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Project HOPE

Project HOPE

November 2-6, 2020 - Project HOPE in Wilton, Washburn, Turtle Lake, Garrison, Center, Beulah, Hazen, Watford City area Join area...

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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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September 18th, 2020

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Make sure to sign up soon for the Applefest Appledemic Virtual 5K Run! All participants receive these awesome shirts! Register today and participant anytime between September 19-October 3! Sign up today at www.classy.org/event/appledemic-virtual-5k/e298960 ... See MoreSee Less

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September 18th, 2020

Bismarck Cancer Center

Join us on Sunday, September 27 for Applefest Jam from 11-5 at the BSC Community Bowl Parking Lot! A new twist on our traditional Applefest! ... See MoreSee Less

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September 17th, 2020

Bismarck Cancer Center

Tonight's All Cancer Support Group will be held at the Bismarck Cancer Center garage tonight at 5:30 p.m. Please enter through the south door!! This support group is open all cancer patients and survivors! ... See MoreSee Less

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Hope you are making your lunch and/or supper plans to eat Applebee's today! Order curbside to go at either of the Bismarck locations and mention "Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation" when ordering and 20% goes to our Foundation! #groupraise #eatinggoodintheneighborhood

It's National Volunteer Week and we are blessed to have an amazing group of weekly volunteers that help out at the Bismarck Cancer Center! These people make a huge difference for our patients and our staff! Your help and support are so important to us!

Looking for ways to help? Your donation will be used directly for patient housing and gas cards during what is not only a scary time for the world but especially for those facing cancer treatments.https://t.co/7nqCtvyJLN…/

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Recent News

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Researchers do not know exactly what causes prostate cancer. But they have found some risk factors and are trying to learn just how these factors might cause prostate cells to become cancer cells.

On a basic level, prostate cancer is caused by changes in the DNA of a normal prostate cell. DNA is the chemical in our cells that makes up our genes, which control how our cells function. We usually look like our parents because they are the source of our DNA. But DNA affects more than just how we look.

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