Photo by Bo Jungmayer / Fred Hutch
In the early 1990s Jim Godfrey was healthy and playing soccer in an A-league with Fred Hutch researchers Drs. Fred Appelbaum and Phil Greenberg. When Godfrey was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin follicular lymphoma in 1998, he called Appelbaum directly to start treatment at the Hutch. After a few rounds of unsuccessful chemotherapy, Godfrey received a stem cell transplant in 2001 under the care of Dr. Ollie Press. He’s been cancer-free ever since.
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