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

How a phone call helped shape the field of bone marrow transplant

A lifesaving new leukemia treatment was harming some patients’ digestive organs, and no one really understood why. So, over 40 years, Dr. George McDonald helped fill in the gaps.
Hutch News - January 30, 2019

A life in tune

Erlinda Santos balances science and song after more than four decades at Fred Hutch
Hutch News - January 06, 2016

Good News at Fred Hutch

<p>Dr. Rainer Storb receives $12.9M to study blood stem-cell therapies for immune deficiencies; Dr. Julie Overbaugh studies HIV 'superinfection' to provide clues for better vaccine design</p>
Hutch News - July 09, 2015

Hutch Holiday Gala: $4.8 million and counting

Guests at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s 37th annual Gala meet challenge to fund breakthrough research in transplantation
Hutch News - December 10, 2012

Storb lauded as outstanding mentor by ASH

American Society of Hematology honors longtime Fred Hutch scientist-clinician Rainer Storb for mentoring more than 150 trainees, advancing research and patient care
Hutch News - December 03, 2012

Rezvani wins American Cancer Society grant

The $583,000 four-year research award will aid research using monoclonal antibodies to lower the chances of non-Hodgkin lymphoma relapse, complications
Hutch News - May 14, 2012

Rosinski wins hematology research grant

Clinical Research fellow receives one-year, $50,000 ASH grant designed to support protected time to conduct research while in training
Hutch News - August 22, 2011
Last Modified, August 15, 2019