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Gratitude, guilt and surviving cancer

<p>Living through cancer is life-changing — often in unimagined and challenging ways, says leukemia survivor Jessie Quinn</p>
Hutch News - January 26, 2015

'It made me more grateful'

An extraordinary girl contends with a rare, life-threatening blood disease — and undergoes a made-to-order clinical study in cord-blood transplantation
Hutch News - January 05, 2015

A lasting Mother's Day gift -- baby's cells

Baby's and mom's cells mingle during pregnancy and those that stick around have broad impacts on health -- from cancer to diabetes
Hutch News - May 09, 2014

Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division’s Hill wins publication prize

Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation editors select Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s Joshua Hill for best clinical science article by a new investigator
Hutch News - February 19, 2013

Cord blood transplant trial expanded with new grant

Led by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, study will overcome logistical limitations, allow patients around the country to have cord blood transplants to treat blood cancers
Hutch News - July 30, 2012

Watts' cord blood research garners award

Kiem Lab's Korashon Watts explores cord blood stem cell expansion; lauded by American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy
Hutch News - May 21, 2012

Expanded cord blood cells hold hope for leukemia patients

Clinical Research Division study details first successful use of expanded umbilical-cord blood units and potential for increased donor matches
Hutch News - January 18, 2010
Last Modified, August 15, 2019