Seattle biotech writer at the top of the world, raising money for Fred Hutch
May 25, 2018
| By Sabin Russell / Fred Hutch News Service
Luke Timmerman, the Seattle writer who vowed to scale Mount Everest and raise money for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, climbed to the top of the world early Tuesday morning in Nepal and has safely returned to Kathmandu, that nation's capital.
Scaling mountains to fund research is just another way to rescue lives for this intrepid 'Climb to Fight Cancer' team
Aug. 25, 2016
| By Diane Mapes / Fred Hutch News Service
Since 1997, more than a thousand participants have signed up to "climb a mountain, save a life" through Climb to Fight Cancer, which directly funds Fred Hutch research. Meet the intrepid Montrose Search and Rescue team out of Los Angeles, which has been climbing for the Hutch since 2007.
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