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Good News at Fred Hutch

Celebrating faculty and staff achievements

Oct. 6, 2016

Good News: Hutch internship program widens educational clout; outpatient clinics open in Uganda; Dr. Stefan Radtke earns DGTI award.

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'Every basic scientist's dream'

How Dr. Barry Stoddard's lab work helped create an experimental drug for glioblastoma — the same disease that killed his mother

July 27, 2016 | By Rachel Tompa / Fred Hutch News Service

Dr. Barry Stoddard's research to modify a protein from yeast is now helping to fuel a promising therapy for glioblastoma — the disease that killed his mother.

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Good News at Fred Hutch

Celebrating faculty and staff achievements

April 28, 2016

Dr. Lily Selim receives inaugural CTI BioPharma International Postdoctoral Research Fellowship; Kiem Lab scientists, associates will give 8 presentations at ASGCT conference; Nicole Robinson, VP of Industry Relations and Business Development, a GeekWire Award finalist

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Dr. Hans-Peter Kiem

'He really wanted to fight this cancer': A stem cell researcher remembers his first patient in a gene therapy clinical trial

Feb. 24, 2016 | By Dr. Hans-Peter Kiem, as told to Mary Engel

"He really wanted to fight this cancer": A stem cell researcher remembers his first patient in a gene therapy clinical trial for a deadly brain cancer and reflects on his own journey toward translating science into medical treatments.

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A pioneering procedure’s expanding influence

Developed to treat leukemia, stem cell transplants gave rise to new therapies for an ever-growing number of patients and conditions

Aug. 21, 2015 | By Dr. Rachel Tompa

Developed to treat leukemia, stem cell transplants gave rise to new therapies for an ever-growing number of patients and conditions.

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HIV cure research today: Gene therapy, molecular scissors and Where’s Waldo

More than 100 researchers gather at second annual Fred Hutch conference

Aug. 14, 2015 | By Mary Engel / Fred Hutch News Service

From across the country, HIV experts and cancer researchers who have devoted their careers to improving stem cell transplants came together at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Thursday and Friday. Their goal? To talk about how to translate the world’s only known person to be cured of HIV to a cure or long-term remission that is less risky, less costly and broadly applicable to the millions worldwide now living with the virus.

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