Long-Term Follow-Up

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center Long-Term Follow-Up

Fred Hutch has two Long-Term Follow-Up (LTFU) programs focused on patients who have undergone a bone-marrow or stem-cell transplant and immunotherapy. Services for both programs are provided through the Fred Hutch clinic.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

We understand that our BMT survivors may feel anxious about COVID-19.  We are taking measures to make our clinic visits safe through additional screening and COVID-19 testing.  We are following all guidance about personal protective equipment and additional cleaning and are confident that our actions are making a visit to the clinic safe for patients and staff.  There are new practices in place that you will be asked to follow if you have an appointment.

If you have questions regarding how the current COVID-19 risk level impacts your LTFU upcoming or later appointment, call our LTFU Department (206) 667-4415 to discuss them with your care team.

Learn more about Fred Hutch's research on COVID-19

Join our BMT LTFU Obliteride team this summer! 100% of participant-raised dollars go to work at Fred Hutch, advancing cancer prevention, detection, treatment, and cures. This year you can designate your fundraising to the area of work most meaningful to you (hint, hint – LTFU!).

On Saturday, August 12th we’ll walk/run for 3 miles from UW to Gas Works or cycle various routes. Or, join us by riding/walking/running from where ever you are if you can’t join us in Seattle.

Registration and fundraising varies by the activity you chose to participate in. Discounted registration and fundraising commitments available for youth/young adult participants and people who have or have had cancer.

Friends and family are welcome to join the team, too! To participate in the 25-, 50-, and 100-mile rides, you must be 18 or older. All ages are encouraged to participate in the 5K, but minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

It’s easy to join our team, just click this link: http://engage.fredhutch.org/goto/BMTLTFUObliteride

long-term transplant survivor Jay Feinberg

Life-long Monitoring

Fred Hutch's Long-Term Follow-Up (LTFU) program provides life-long monitoring and care for patients following a bone-marrow or stem-cell transplant. Our physicians and researchers work in partnership with a patient's personal doctor to resolve medical problems and gather information for research. This information is used to develop improved strategies for preventing and treating the long-term effects of transplantation, and to educate patients about post-transplant problems.

nurses reviewing patient records in immunotherapy clinic

Ongoing Monitoring and Care

Fred Hutch's Cellular Immunotherapy Long-Term Follow-Up (LTFU) program provides monitoring and care for patients following Cellular Immunotherapy. Our clinicians and researchers work in partnership with patients’ personal doctors and other healthcare providers to resolve medical problems that may develop after cellular immunotherapy and gather information for research. 

Transplant survivors and their loved ones at the 2022 Blood and Marrow Transplant Reunion.

2022 Blood and Marrow Transplant Reunion

We welcomed more than 300 guests to share, learn and celebrate BMT survivors. We also honored Dr. Mary Flowers for her more than 30 years as director of the Long-Term Follow-Up clinical program.

As you have experienced, patients come to Fred Hutch seeking hope and we are committed to delivering personalized care with warmth and compassion in a world-class institution. Our work never stops, and that’s why we rely on generous support from our community. Please consider making a gift with someone in your circle who is passionate about ending cancer. 

Workshops from the reunion event are available to view online

If you have any questions about the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center LTFU program, contact the LTFU team

Latest Long-Term Follow-Up News

All news
Endocrine Tumor Program at Fred Hutch launches survivorship clinic New clinic provides long-term care for thyroid tumors and endocrine immune-related adverse events August 24, 2023
Bioengineer Aaron Ring receives Anderson Family Endowed Chair for Immunotherapy Chair will support innovative immunotherapeutic approaches to cancer drug target discovery August 1, 2023
Pre-transplant microbiome sets the stage for GVHD Preclinical findings highlight bacterial groups that influence GVHD risk July 21, 2023
Fred Hutch pioneer Dr. Beverly Torok-Storb dies Beloved mentor and bone marrow biologist created pathways for both blood cancer cures and marginalized students May 23, 2023

Blood & Marrow Transplantation LTFU

Phone: 206.667.4415
Fax: 206.667.5619 or 800.376.8197

Cellular Immunotherapy LTFU