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


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Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) have merged to form Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, a unified adult cancer research and care center. This single, independent, nonprofit organization is a clinically integrated part of UW Medicine and is UW Medicine’s cancer program. 

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Recent Hutch News

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Lessons from mom: How to be the best immune system you can be Dr. Meghan Koch’s work in mice on how breast milk’s immune proteins shape infant immune system, long-term health could someday help human babies May 5, 2022
New study identifies genetic changes in patients who progress to esophageal cancer Findings in precancerous Barrett’s esophagus a step toward improved screening, prevention April 28, 2022
Dedicated supporters at the Heart of the Hutch Using creativity and passion to support Fred Hutch research in good times and bad May 5, 2022
Drs. Harmit Malik and Steve Henikoff elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences Election honors scientists’ contributions to understanding of fundamental biology April 28, 2022

Making Innovation Possible

When we join together, we can achieve what others have only dreamed of. An immunologist working with a data scientist, a patient with a clinical trialist, a donor with a cancer biologist — these partnerships make innovation possible across scientific divisions, across the world, across boundaries that stop others in their tracks. 

Read our 2021 Annual Report to learn how your partnership fueled important new scientific strides — and take a look at what we see coming next.

Meet Our Researchers

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Dr. Susan Parkhurst

Revealing the Cell’s Framework

The cell’s internal framework — the cytoskeleton — underlies so many aspects of our health, and this fact inspires Dr. Susan Parkhurst to better understand it. Her discoveries could help advance strategies to improve the body’s own repair mechanisms.

Dr. Brenda Sandmaier

Transplant’s Benefits For All

Dr. Brenda Sandmaier is a physician-scientist working to extend the benefits of blood stem cell transplantation to more patients, such as those who don’t have fully matched donors. She was recently named president of the American Society of Transplantation & Cellular Therapy.

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May 25
May 25

Science Says

12 - 1 p.m. PDT
Join us to hear from scientists who are using emerging technologies, ingenuity, and a growing volume and variety of molecular data to create personalized cancer therapies and prevention strategies.
Speaker or Presenter Drs. Thomas Lynch Jr., Alice Berger, Christopher Li, and Lucas Sullivan
Location Virtual
June 4
June 4

Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness

8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT
The Fred Hutch Survivorship Program and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance will host it's 16th annual free conference designed to provide education on wellness after cancer. Patients, survivors, caregivers, friends, families and health care professionals are invited to attend.
Location Mundie Courtyard & Thomas Building, Fred Hutch Campus
Host Fred Hutch Survivorship Program
Aug 13
Aug 13


Now in its 10th anniversary season, Fred Hutch Obliteride unites a global community to help cure cancer faster. Join us to bike, walk and run on Saturday, August 13 — or participate virtually from wherever you are!
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