Treatment / Support - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Treatment / Support

Become a Patient

Make An Appointment

The SCCA forms one of the most comprehensive oncology patient care programs in the nation and operates the Fred Hutch's Bone Marrow Transplant Program, which is the largest in the world.

Patient Guide
Patient programs, classes and events
Contact a transplant doctor

Clinical Trials / Studies

Find A Treatment Option

Clinical trials are a vital part of developing innovative treatments and accelerating progress against cancer and related diseases. Fred Hutch and the University of Washington are continually opening new trials focused on prevention, detection, diagnose and the treatment of cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

Understanding clinical trials
SCCA Patient Guide to Clinical Studies

Patient / Family Services

Housing / Education

Fred Hutch and the SCCA provide reasonably priced accommodations and K-12 education opportunities for patients and families undergoing treatment.

Pete Gross House
SCCA House

Life after cancer care

Cancer Support

Fred Hutch provides life-long monitoring, clinical care, patient education and support for patients through our Long-Term Follow-Up and Survivorship programs. 

Contact a transplant doctor
Support Group Discussions
Frequently asked questions
Events and programs
Transplant Survivor Reunions

Prostate Cancer Registry


Our online registry and community is empowering men to learn more about prostate cancer by sharing their experiences while providing knowledge that will improve diagnostics, treatment and quality of life.

Frequently asked questions
Ask a doctor your questions
Sign up to take our survey

Survivor / Caregiver / Family Stories

Share Your Story

To help build community we are collecting first-person stories from those affected by cancer or related diseases.  Every story matters. Tell us your story so we can share it.  

Transplantation Survivors
Cancer Survivors

SCCA Survivor Stories

Cancer Resources

Fred Hutch / SCCA

Prospective patients, families and caregivers often need more information on cancer, treatment options, access to care and support during treatment.   Fred Hutch and SCCA have many resources that will help you.

Cancer Information Services
Resources on the web

SCCA Patient Support

Patient/Family volunteer opportunities

Participate in Prevention

Volunteer for a Study

Volunteers are crucial to our research on preventing and detecting cancer and other diseases. Volunteer to alter your diet, increase exercise or try other innovative prevention strategies such as the development of vaccines for HIV.

Find a study
Find a clinical trial