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Finding a better (mis)match

New way to pair blood stem cell donors with recipients promises to lower risk of potentially devastating transplant side effect
Hutch News - August 28, 2015

Good News at Fred Hutch

<p>Dr. Amanda Paulovich wins proteomic sciences award; Dr. David Coffey receives ASH research training award; endowed chair named in honor of the late Dr. Stephen Petersdorf</p>
Hutch News - August 13, 2015

Appelbaum: $21 million grant renewal for transplantation

Fred Appelbaum, director of Fred Hutch’s Clinical Research Division, and team will continue to refine treatment by reducing barriers to transplantation, improving safety and increasing effectiveness
Hutch News - November 05, 2012

Discovery may reduce GVHD risk in bone marrow transplant patients

Team of scientists led by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s Dr. Effie Petersdorf find previously undetected genetic differences that could better match transplant patients and donors to avoid graft-vs.-host disease.
Hutch News - September 03, 2012

New analysis method for Major Histocompatibility Complex

Petersdorf study finds new method for analyzing one of the human genome's most complex regions
Hutch News - May 04, 2006

From Criminology to Seeking a Cure for Cancer — Today's DNA Analytical Tools Make Possible What Was Once Unthinkable

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center finds that in some cases a mismatched donor may work for leukemia patients — expanding the donor pool and increasing opportunity for people seeking lifesaving treatment
Releases - December 19, 2001
Last Modified, August 15, 2019