Join the Cotton Wood bluegrass band and Friends for the 2021 Bluegrass Goes Pink concert and fun run on July 31, 2021!
Join the Bismarck Cancer Center for a night of baseball with our cancer-fighting heroes at the Larks game. The game starts at 6:35 p.m. BCC tickets can be purchased with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation.
Purchase a Drive to Survive t-shirt or hat to receive free admission to the August 20, 2021 Drive to Survive races at Dacotah Speedway....
Join area businesses in supporting project HOPE, an exciting week-long community event building awareness and providing wellness tips to employees about four of the most prevalent cancers in North Dakota.
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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.
with Dr. Robert Reynolds, Radiation Oncologist, Bismarck Cancer Center Q: What are some signs of skin cancer? A: Skin cancers (basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma) are an...
Ask A Pro with John Watkins, Radiation Oncologist Q: I am a 22-year old male college student and I have a nodule on my testicle. Could this be cancer? A: Although testicular cancer is less common...