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An Update on Our Efforts to Change

Through dialogue sessions about racism over the last two weeks, the Fred Hutch community has spent time listening, sharing and understanding the social realities that are shaping our work, our workplace climate and the broader community. While our efforts to address these realities are ongoing, based on what we heard, we are taking action now to promote change at our organization and in the community — and end racial injustice.

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Veena Shankaran
Health Economics

Curbing Cancer’s Financial Toxicity

In the clinic, Dr. Veena Shankaran is often able to deliver therapies to her patients with gastrointestinal cancers that relieve the cancer’s symptoms. But it’s become increasingly difficult to alleviate the financial suffering caused by the disease. That’s why Shankaran – who is the co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research – studies the impact of cancer diagnosis and treatment on patients’ finances and is developing strategies to lessen this impact. 

Julie McElrath
Vaccine Development

Advancing Toward an HIV Vaccine

The director of the Hutch’s Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Dr. Julie McElrath is at the forefront of the world’s efforts against HIV. She is a leader of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network, the world’s largest clinical trials network of its kind, and serves as the director of the Seattle HIV Vaccine Trials Unit, one of many international sites involved in HIV prevention trials. Since the emergence of COVID-19, Dr. McElrath has also spearheaded research on this latest global pandemic. 

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