It’s my birthday, and to celebrate, let's support the fight against cancer!
I've been fortunate to celebrate 50 years of a blessed life. Wouldn't it be nice to help others enjoy another day of living, of having more time with their family and friends, cancer-free?
The team at Fred Hutch are leading the charge to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer:
- Harnessing the immune system to fight tumors.
- Developing new treatments for people who once had no options
- And finding new ways to use more and better data to improve care.
- Improving countless lives and bringing the Hutch closer to their ultimate goal: cures for most, if not all, cancers.
Let's help end cancer and let’s invest in the world-changing science that will get us there. Together, we can help more people spend more time — and more wonderful birthdays — with the people they love.
Donate today. Thank you!
Did you know...
- Bone marrow transplantation, which has helped more than 1 million people, was pioneered by Dr. E. Donnall Thomas at Fred Hutch. His insight earned him a Nobel Prize and provided the first example of the human immune system’s power to fight cancer.
- Drs. Phil Greenberg and Stanley Riddell are continuing Don’s legacy, leading the way in the game-changing field of immunotherapy. They are perfecting an approach that could render chemotherapy and radiation obsolete, making cancer treatment less grueling.
- Dr. Denise Galloway’s research paved the way for a groundbreaking vaccine that prevents human papillomavirus, or HPV — a common infection that can cause cervical and head and neck cancers. A vaccine for some cancers? Yes. It started at Fred Hutch.
- Today, Hutch scientists are partnering with experts in technology and data science to put data to work: turning patterns and trends into insights to help us prevent cancer, personalize treatment, and find new ways to stop this disease.