Hutchinson Center program at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance is one of only two nationwide that beat the expected one-year survival rate
Jan. 26, 2009
| By Dean Forbes
The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s stem-cell transplant program at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance was one of only two transplant programs nationwide that consistently outperformed the expected one-year survival rate for unrelated donor transplants, according to an independent report that assessed 122 transplant centers over a five-year period.
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