Our Providers


Min S. Kang, MD, MS

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“Listening is the key—learning what the patient sees as important in their treatment outcome and understanding their wishes—that’s my focus. We talk about treatment, its side effects, and the potential changes. I adjust my treatment approach according to each patient’s situation to promote quality of life.”

When Dr. Min Kang meets with his patients for the first time, he talks to them about the diagnoses, but he also listens. He says that often, patients want to know how he’d treat them if they were his family members, which is a notion that hits close to home. “When I was in medical school, my mother was diagnosed with stomach cancer. That was a hard, frustrating time, but it determined my calling, changed my perspective—I refocused to oncology. Knowing how it was for me and my family, I feel it helps when I fully understand my patient’s family dynamic.”

When discussing treatment options, Dr. Kang takes into account the patient’s current health state, as other disorders that may be present could affect outcomes. He feels that if a patient has all of the information on possible side effects and treatment duration, they can better plan their care. Dr. Kang is sensitive to the patient’s preferences, family quality of life, and the financial impact of treatment. He notes that treatment cost has an increasingly heavy bearing on patient and family decisions, and he feels it’s important as a care provider to recognize and address that often unspoken concern.

After studying organic chemistry and research, Dr. Kang switched to practical medicine. He completed his residency and fellowship in hematology and oncology at the Truman Medical Center at the University of Missouri, earning board certification in medical oncology in 2007.

Dr. Kang is married and has two sons. For relaxation, he reads and enjoys long walks. He is a self-proclaimed “terrible golfer” who nonetheless treasures the time the sport lets him spend with his sons.

DSC_0912Sara Pratt, PA-C

Sara Pratt has been practicing as a physician assistant since 2004. She holds baccalaureate degrees in Biology, Spanish, and Education from Western Michigan University as well as a Masters of Science in Medicine and Physician Assistant Studies.

She first moved to Washington to practice internal medicine and provide health care for underserved populations through the National Health Service Corps. She then accepted an opportunity to work at the University of Michigan Cancer Center to pursue her growing interest in hematology and oncology. After solidifying her passion in this specialty, Sara returned to Olympia where she has established a highly regarded reputation for excellent patient care and sincere personal relationships.

Sara enjoys spending time with her family, running, traveling, hiking, and reading.


Linli Xuan, MD

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Dr. Linli Xuan has been practicing Hematology Oncology in the Puget Sound area since 2004. She was trained in Internal Medicine and Hematology Oncology at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She is knowledgeable and compassionate. Dr. Xuan is triple-board certified in Internal Medicine, Oncology, and Hematology. She has clinical trial experience. Dr. Xuan always has the patient’s best interests at heart, and is willing to guide them on their journey to recovery. She is a methodical, detail-oriented, and caring physician.


Joseph Z. Ye, MD

Dr. Joseph Ye has been practicing hematology-oncology in the Puget Sound area since 2004. He trained in internal medicine at Yale University and completed his sub-specialty training for hematology-oncology at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. He has a strong scientific research background in tumor biology, immunology, and stem cell transplantation, and he has also participated in many clinical trials. He loves community oncology care and has gained his reputation through his passion, enthusiasm, and energy.

In his spare time, Dr. Ye enjoys skiing, hiking, and gardening.

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Adrienne Wasserman, ARNP

Adrienne Wasserman has been a practicing nurse since 2007 and has been working as a nurse practitioner for the last 10 years.  She has a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing graduating Summa Cum Laude from Thomas Jefferson University and a Master of Science degree in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania.

She became interested in oncology while working for Dr. Hope Rugo, one of the most famous pioneers in breast cancer research at the University of California San Francisco. After completing her master’s degree, Adrienne worked at the University of Pennsylvania in the breast, GI and melanoma clinics. Subsequent to that she worked in a general private hematology and oncology practice in the Los Angeles area for several years.

Adrienne moved to Washington State to raise her three boys on a farm.  She enjoys discovering new adventures in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and kids.  They enjoy boating, fishing, and crabbing along the coast.  She also enjoys gardening, weight training and running.