Hutch News

Landmark scientific paper turns 40

First unequivocal proof in humans of immune cells’ cancer-curing power laid the groundwork for cancer immunotherapy, modern bone marrow transplantation
Hutch News - May 21, 2019

A legacy etched in brick

A family honors the sacrifice of an early transplant trial participant
Hutch News - July 20, 2015

Dottie Thomas, 'mother of bone marrow transplant,' dies at age 92

Dottie and Nobel Prize-winning husband Dr. E. Donnall Thomas worked to prove that pioneering procedure could cure some cancers
Hutch News - January 10, 2015

TRT treatment for male menopause

Researchers find prostate gland may be capable of buffering negative effects of testosterone-replacement therapy
Hutch News - January 01, 2007

Nobel Prize Goes to Seattle Researcher Lee Hartwell

Hartwell, president and director of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and professor of genetics and medicine at the University of Washington, receives the prestigious honor for his work in yeast genetics
Releases - October 08, 2001
Last Modified, August 15, 2019