Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness

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Thank you for joining us for our 17th annual Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness in-person event for cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, friends, family and health care professionals.

View speaker presentations from our 2023 event.


The Fred Hutch and Seattle Children’s Survivorship Program are hosting a Pediatric Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness event on September 30, 2023. The event is designed for pediatric, adolescent and young adult cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, friends and family.

This free conference is recommended for cancer survivors age 12 and older and parents of cancer survivors of all ages. It is designed to provide general education on a variety of the late and long-term effects faced by young cancer survivors after treatment is completed and to help promote wellness and empowerment after cancer.

Find out More

Saturday, June 03, 2023
Start Time:
8:30 a.m. PDT
Thomas Building, Pelton Auditorium,

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
1100 Fairview Ave. N., Seattle WA 98109

Complimentary parking on campus will be available



Contact Information:

Parking Directions

Complimentary parking is available in the visitor lot off Aloha Street (across from the clinic building). Take the stairs or paved walkway down to the Thomas Building entrance.

Registration is Now Closed

Registration is now closed for the 17th annual Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness in-person event.

Agenda & Breakout Sessions

Learn more about the agenda and breakout sessions.

Keynote Speaker

Mary Elizabeth Williams

Mary Elizabeth Williams

Writer. Speaker. Consultant. Optimist
Metastatic Melanoma Survivor

Mary Elizabeth Williams is a metastatic melanoma survivor, clinical trial veteran, and the author of "A Series of Catastrophes and Miracles: A True Story of Love, Science, and Cancer." She has written for the LA Times, the Guardian, Health, and other publications. In 2021, her New York Times essay was adapted for the second season of Amazon Prime's "Modern Love." She has spoken for ASCO, PRIM&R, Bristol Meyers Squibb, DIA, and is the winner of the 2020 AMWA Walter Alvarez Award. She is currently a doctoral student of Medical Humanities at Drew University.

“This event fired on all pistons: inspirational, informational and actionable.”

— Past conference attendee

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