Marking cancer anniversaries

Tattoos, climbing a mountain, fundraising among ways survivors observe ‘cancerversaries’
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Walking the road with cancer trial participants

Immunotherapy clinical research nurses provide touch point between patients and research world

Containing a terror

Devastating Ebola outbreak highlights challenges of vaccine development
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Bezos family donates $20 million to Fred Hutch

Largest-ever gift to the Hutch will accelerate lifesaving immunotherapy research
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Cancer couture

‘Cancer dresses’ aim to spark conversation about body image
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Highlights

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A database that will enable scientists and physicians to learn from every new patient who comes through the door.
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The Solid Tumor Translational Research network is pursuing new therapies for tumors affecting nearly a dozen major organs.
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Donate Alaska Airlines miles. Your donations can help reduce travel costs for cancer patients & families. They also can be made into travel packages for fundraising events.
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Doing some online shopping? Sign up with AmazonSmile and Amazon will donate half a percent of the price of eligible purchases to Fred Hutch.
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Upcoming Events

Featured Researchers

Immunotherapy researcher and oncologist
On April 22, Dr. Riddell will keynote "What's Hot in Cancer Immunotherapy," an event sponsored by Xconomy and hosted at Fred Hutch.


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Publications

  • Quest Magazine
    Dr. Jonathan Bricker is revolutionizing how people quit smoking. Read about his innovative approach in this edition of Quest, as well as tips on reducing the risk of breast cancer, a story on using the immune system to beat cancer, and more.
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