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The legacy of a pioneering transplant immunologist

‘So much to be learned’: Dr. John Hansen reflects on the lives he’s saved and the answers still to come

July 11, 2018 | by Susan Keown / Fred Hutch News Service

Among his many contributions to bone marrow transplantation, Hansen helped define the rules for matching donors and patients and was a founding father of volunteer donor registries.

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Don Thomas: The spirit of a pioneer

As the father of bone marrow transplantation turns 90, we revisit his Hutchinson Center legacy

March 15, 2010 | By Anne Broache

The father of bone marrow transplantation, Dr. E Donnall Thomas of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center celebrates his 90th birthday March 15.

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Transplant program is tops in survival outcomes

Hutchinson Center program at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance is one of only two nationwide that beat the expected one-year survival rate

Jan. 26, 2009 | By Dean Forbes

The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s stem-cell transplant program at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance was one of only two transplant programs nationwide that consistently outperformed the expected one-year survival rate for unrelated donor transplants, according to an independent report that assessed 122 transplant centers over a five-year period.

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