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Bone Marrow Transplants Globally
This lifesaving advance — and many others — are possible because of Fred Hutch’s pioneering science.


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Researchers from Fred Hutch have been honored with the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine.


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Our science takes place around the world and has an impact on people everywhere.


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Patient participation is critical to our research, helping uncover new ways to prevent, detect and treat disease.


COVID-19 Research

More than one-fifth of Fred Hutch researchers have active projects related to COVID-19. Across the organization, scientists are tackling all aspects of the disease and the SARs-CoV-2 virus that causes it — including coordinating vaccine development, testing potential therapies, tracking how it spreads, how it affects our bodies and how to safely return to schools and offices.

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Our Commitment

Fred Hutch is committed to becoming an anti-racist institution. In this endeavor, we are determined to strengthen and deepen our efforts that affirm the equal rights, value and protection of Black people and other minority communities — in the streets, on our campus and in our science.

This spring, we assessed our progress toward our goals and released an annual report in early June.

Meet Our Researchers

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Dr. Nina Salama

From Bacteria to Cancer

Early in her career, Dr. Nina Salama was captivated by the idea that a bacterium — Helicobacter pylori — could cause cancer. She’s now a leader in understanding how the bug colonizes the stomach and triggers the chronic inflammation that can lead to gastric ulcers and, for some, stomach cancer — the second-leading cancer killer worldwide. 

Dr. Mohamed Sorror
Hematopoietic Transplantation

Filling the Gap for Older Patients

At the heart of what Dr. Mohamed Sorror does lies an unfortunate reality: Most people with blood cancers like leukemias are seniors, and yet research studies aimed at improving care for these diseases routinely exclude them. That leaves a big gap in knowledge about how best to care for these patients. And Sorror has dedicated his career to filling it in.

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