About Us

One of the Premier Cancer Treatment Centers in Alaska

Mat-Su Valley Cancer Center is the place patients can trust to provide the best possible cancer treatment based on individual diagnosis, state-of-the-art technology, and unsurpassed clinical experience. Our non-invasive, clinically proven cancer treatments achieve best possible outcomes with an emphasis on quality of life. Our team of Advanced Oncology Associates, lead by Dr. Bob Sollaccio, Medical Director of Mat-Su Valley Cancer Center, have the training, academic background, and over 80 years of combined experience, the most in all of Alaska. Our Radiation Oncologists have expertise in treating all types of cancer. With a world-class facility and treatment team, we are committed to helping patients achieve the greatest likelihood of success with the highest quality of life.

Contact Mat-Su Valley Cancer Center Today

If you are ready to start the fight against cancer, we are here to help and support you. Give us a call at 907-707-1333 with any questions or reach out to us at our contact page. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you overcome cancer on your way to a healthier, happier life.

Radiating Hope

Partnered with RADIATING HOPE

Providing Radiation Equipment, Training & Education to developing countries

What this partnership means

We are fortunate in Alaska to have the most modern radiation technology available anywhere in the world. Unfortunately, many in other countries are not so fortunate. This is why MSVCC is a proud partner with Radiating Hope – a 501c(3) nonprofit which aims to improve access to radiation oncology services in the developing world.

This is possible through the prayer flag project, which enables us to “pass along a cure.” For every patient treated at MSVCC, a donation is made through the prayer flag project which allows a patient somewhere else in the world to receive radiation treatment. We will send a duplicate of your prayer flag to Radiating Hope, who will ensure your flag is carried to the tops of the world’s highest mountains such as Kilimanjaro, Denali, Aconcagua, etc.

In 2022, your flag will be carried to Mt Everest. Tibetan Prayer Flags have long represented hope, strength, and well being for the people they represent. Prayer Flags were originally used by shamans in healing ceremonies. As the fragile flags are blown in the high mountain winds, they slowly unravel, the threads blowing away into the wind.

Each thread that unravels represents a prayer of hope, strength, and health for the person it honors.