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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.

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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Dispatches from the microbial frontier of cancer research Hutch scientists aim high by way of the lowly microorganisms that call us home July 15, 2022
Blood and Marrow Transplant Reunion returns to Fred Hutch Hundreds gather in Seattle to celebrate life, science and cancer survivorship July 19, 2022
Hutch scientists receive $25M to solve breast cancer metastasis New collaboration will target dormant tumor cells, keeping them asleep (or killing them) so they won’t spread July 27, 2022
Making immunotherapy more effective against small cell lung cancer Human trial opens after experimental drug improves tumor growth suppression in mice August 3, 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. Sita Kugel

Tackling the Toughest Tumors

Driven by her passion for science, and the loved ones she’s lost, Dr. Sita Kugel is finding new approaches for treating some of the toughest tumors: pancreatic and bile duct cancers. By identifying their vulnerabilities, she hopes that researchers can develop new treatments that benefit patients.

Dr. Hans-peter Kiem

Manipulating Stem Cells for Cures

Imagine if we could treat deadly diseases by generating healthier versions of our blood’s building blocks — blood stem cells. That's the vision of Dr. Hans-Peter Kiem, whose Hutch laboratory is working to make such therapies a reality for HIV, genetic disease and cancers.

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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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Aug 23
Aug 23

August Storytelling Circle

12 - 1 p.m. PDT
Meet the selected Indigenous artist, Roger Fernandes, as part of the Public Art & Community Dialogue Program, sponsored by ODEI. Fred Hutch employees and the broader community are invited to engage in a storytelling circle about community and solidarity that will influence the final art that is displayed on our South Lake Union campus.
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Sept 14
Sept 14

September Storytelling Circle

12 - 1 p.m. PDT
Join the DEI team and Fern Naomi Renville in space for a storytelling circle that centers solidarity, history, culture and tradition. This communal activity is as an opportunity to learn, connect, and reflect through the passing on of stories. These stories and reflections will inform our commitment to inclusion, and how we represent that commitment in visual form.
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