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Blood and Marrow Transplant Reunion

Looking back, moving forward

We are excited to welcome you and your loved ones to campus! Reconnect with your care teams and other survivors, hear about the latest successes in blood and marrow transplantation, discuss post-transplant challenges and — most of all — celebrate you!

We’ve planned a variety of virtual and in-person activities, including a reception at Fred Hutch and educational workshops. We will also honor Dr. Mary Flowers for her more than 30 years of dedication to the Long-Term Follow-Up program.

The weekend’s activities include:

Saturday, July 16, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.: Virtual survivor workshops (free to attend)
Saturday, July 16, 5:30 p.m.: In-person celebration ($15 per person*)

*Contributions will support the Long-Term Follow-Up program at Fred Hutch. If you are unable to contribute the per-person fee, please contact us to request support.

Hotel Reservations

We have partnered with local hotels for special group rates. Learn more about available hotel accommodations.

Saturday, July 16, 2022
Host or Sponsor:
Fred Hutch
Fred Hutch

1100 Fairview Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109

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Virtual Workshop Schedule Is Now Available

We are thrilled to offer free virtual workshops for the 2022 Reunion. Guests will be able to choose the presentation of their choice during each session. For planning purposes, please complete our optional workshop survey to let us know which sessions are of most interest to you.

Support Long-Term Follow-Up at Fred Hutch

If you are unable to attend the 2022 reunion, you can still support the lifesaving work done in the Long-Term Follow-Up program at Fred Hutch.

COVID-19 Guidance

In compliance with Washington state, King County, and CDC guidelines, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center will not require masks, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to attend the BMT Reunion reception on July 16, 2022. Although it is not required, we encourage you to wear a mask, stay socially distanced, or participate virtually in order to join us in a way that feels safest to you.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center is committed to providing a safe experience for our participants, patients, volunteers, vendors, staff and the communities that welcome us. The guidance for COVID-19 safety is ever changing and we will continue to monitor and adhere to, the latest guidance for masks, social distancing, and other protocols as outlined by the CDC, Washington State Department of Health and the local authorities/agencies.

Last Modified, June 03, 2022